Minnesota Sen. Michelle Benson currently favors a plan that would have the state work with drug makers to import their own products from other countries — or offer the drugs at the same prices here as the companies charge in foreign markets.
DEED had more than double the amount of contract infractions DHS did. And the violations at both agencies mostly involved technical mistakes: No state money was actually spent before contracts were finalized or purchases were approved, say state officials.
The latest impaired waters list completes a 10-year research effort to collect data on Minnesota’s 80 watersheds.
The so-called Kahn Rule, named after former state Rep. Phyllis Kahn, requires Minneapolis to hold elections soon after the census-driven redistricting of City Council wards, and it changes a fundamental feature of city politics: that all city offices are on the ballot at the same time.
Republican state Sen. Roger Chamberlain plans to introduce a bill in 2020 modeled on legislation passed in California, a measure that would let student athletes profit from their name and image, including endorsement deals.
That’s the question at the heart of a case now before the Minnesota Supreme Court.
That was the estimate offered Wednesday by a Denver-based marijuana industry consultant who keynoted a Minneapolis conference on the impacts of legalization business and government.
One piece of an aggressive DNR strategy to slow chronic wasting disease in deer, the dumpster program is now in flux.
From Suboxone to “troubling dysfunction,” a guide to discerning how DHS sent $29 million in excess payments to two tribal nations, and where things go from here.
The Walz administration contends that electric vehicles’ small market share in Minnesota is due to lack of choice, not lack of interest. But auto dealers say the buying options for zero-emission vehicles in the state simply reflects consumers’ preference.
Halloween or no, it turns out the Minnesota Capitol’s ‘Shadows and Spirits’ tour is pretty light on the spirits.
The implications of the two projects for the area’s workforce could be “crazy,” said Michelle Ufford, executive director of the Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training.
After years of inaction by the Minnesota Legislature, the ACLU filed suit over the state’s system for denying voting rights to those convicted of felonies who are on probation.
“Our perspective is completely different from last election, from a tactical and strategic standpoint,” says DFL Speaker of the House Melissa Hortman.
Minnesota’s Safe at Home Program protects victims of abuse and stalking — but federal agencies don’t always cooperate with it.
The state of Minnesota as well as nonprofits and foundations are making a special effort to get inside the parts of the community most likely to resist the census and convince them that they should participate.
The governor expressed annoyance at learning of Republicans’ positions Thursday morning via Twitter. Later a closed meeting was set for 11:30 a.m. Friday.
As farmers have suffered under U.S. trade policies, a push to invigorate the biofuels industry in Minnesota has gained new momentum.
A recent assessment gives the state relatively good marks when it comes to Minnesota’s fiscal health, at least compared to other states. But that doesn’t mean the state is immune to serious economic threats.
For tax collections, that is. And in a good way: Revenue continues to outpace the state’s official forecast, though it’s the timing of payments — and not an increase in economic activity — that gets the credit.