A law passed by the Minnesota Legislature in June required the state to reopen all the stations.
Registered patients will soon be able to buy marijuana in plant form and smoke it, a change that could eventually result in as many as 100,000 people in the program.
Taken together, tax collections for the seven months since the February 2021 forecast are $3.3 billion more than state economists predicted.
Rep. Rick Hansen, DFL-South St Paul, has introduced a bill that would require all cities to permit native landscapes.
Logging has made large improvements in safety, especially as the industry has become more mechanized, but it is still far more dangerous than many occupations in Minnesota.
The Northwest Angle loan program is open to any “remote recreational business” in the area that lost more than 30 percent of its revenue between March of 2020 and 2021 and was impacted by the border closure.
At issue is a section of state law that came out of a revision of emergency powers laws following the 9/11 terror attacks.
Often in state legislative settings, just when the the sides of a debate seem furthest apart they announce a deal.
Central Lakes College and Ridgewater College are launching programs aimed at training the next generation of animal slaughter, butchery and processing workers.
Kelley Martin is the founder of a small housing nonprofit who also works of a for-profit property management company. Neither side of her work has had much success navigating RentHelpMN.
The state’s newly adopted film credit — and newly extended historic preservation credit — is part of a niche business: the buying and selling of tax breaks.
For weeks, Tim Walz has been locked in debate with Senate Republicans over a GOP threat to remove Jan Malcolm as MDH commissioner during a special session.
The push is part an effort by the DNR to improve relationships with tribes in Minnesota.
Minnesota is one of 10 states that owes the feds money for covering payments made out of its unemployment insurance trust fund.
Both Jeremy Miller and Melisa López Franzen have touted their membership in the Purple Caucus, a loose organization of lawmakers who wanted to counter partisanship in St. Paul.
Our recent survey of more than 1,900 Minnesota voters included several open-ended questions. Here are the most unexpected answers.
The GOP endorsement has become a must-win for statewide Republican candidates in Minnesota.
Public views on the issues may not be as sharply partisan as one might expect.
A new MinnPost poll found that rural and urban voters in Minnesota are split sharply on everything from the performance of Gov. Tim Walz to the results of the 2020 election.
A MinnPost poll found a sharp divide between Republicans and most Minnesota voters on several issues.