While there’s still time for GOP leaders and the governor to reach a budget agreement before the end of the session, things are starting to feel very 2011.
The primary for Loon’s seat, representing Eden Prairie, has become a referendum on gay marriage.
A year after Minnesota lawmakers were issued dire warnings about the political consequences of approving gay marriage, legislators are finding that voters have largely moved on.
A state board determined neither illegal activity charge by the DFL and Republican parties in 2012 was worthy of sanction.
They ended up endorsing Dario Anselmo, former owner of the Fine Line Music Café, who defines himself as “fiscally conservative and socially moderate.”
Wisconsin senators cancel each other out on 76 percent of votes.
The fine is one of the largest in recent years, including a $100,000 penalty against former Gov. Tim Pawlenty in 2002 for improper campaign ad coordination.
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In an interview, Michael Brodkorb said he feared the lawsuit would harm Republicans chances in 2014.
Shortridge warns that the Republican Party and the conservative movement have taken a self-destructive approach.
More on patient survey; petition tries to stop wolf hunt; Great Bull Run called off; jurors back “whistleblowing” dean; Ellison, McCollum disagree on health insurance; and more.
Representatives from about 50 organizations gathered in St. Paul to evaluate the legislative session and plan future action.
It depends whether there are others who will want it, Mike Sweeney says.
Ben Golnik’s Minnesota Jobs Coalition adopts a rapid-response, campaign-style approach to getting GOP message out.
As the legislative session winds down, new developments raise fascinating economic and political questions.
The National Institute on Money in State Politics graded each state by the strength of its independent spending disclosure laws through April.
The newest Republican candidate for governor explained his views in an interview with MinnPost.
Visions of securing funding to expand the regional bus system and build multiple new rail-transit lines are fading.
In an interview with MinnPost, Stevens explains why lawmakers should consider an alternative to gay marriage legislation.
The 35 seats up for election in 2014 include 21 currently held by Democrats.