Democrats accused Republicans of using public resources to produce campaign materials, which the GOP denies.
Some of the Senate Republicans’ first acts of the session have DFLers on the fiery offensive.
Ellen Anderson, who lost her job as chair of the Public Utilities Commission Monday when Republicans in the state Senate rejected her nomination, says she’s accepted a job offer from Gov. Mark Dayton.
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The Minnesota Senate voted along party lines Monday to reject the confirmation of Public Utilities Commission Chairwoman Ellen Anderson, a move top Republicans broadcast late last week.