Slated for depositions are Sen. Dave Senjem, former Sens. Chris Gerlach, Geoff Michel and Claire Robling, and former Senate Secretary Cal Ludeman.
There’s media deliciousness in the fascinating tale of how information moved in the fall of the former state Senate majority leader.
In an interview with MinnPost, Michael Brodkorb disparages GOP senators who were once his friends and employers.
Regents expected to support liquor bill approved by conference committee.
The four-member subcommittee was unable to agree in March — and on Tuesday — whether to drop the matter or investigate further.
It’s more likely that the session will have a contentious finish. Here’s why.
The proposal would require Internet retailers such as Amazon to charge a 7 percent sales tax on items sold in Minnesota.
The GOP’s strategy at last week’s ethics hearing only created more buzz and raised more questions.
Turmoil in the party may have led Senate Republicans to initially stall, hoping for a quiet resolution.
Sen. Sandy Pappas criticized his handling of the Amy Koch resignation. Michel called the move “politics and payback.”
No one ever will give Romney surrogate Tim Pawlenty the nickname “Ol’ Coat Tails.”
Franzen, of Edina, is a past president of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association.