The former Senate staffer, now embroiled in a lawsuit with the state Senate over his firing, was involved in the crash in Mendota Heights.
Bakk-Brodkorb broadside, Brodkorb on Downey, Obermuller considering second run, AP goes to sponsored tweets, the future of blogging, and Jersualem eats.
The latest invoice covers $90,000 in legal work provided this fall.
Another bill is on the way to the Minnesota Senate for legal services related to the firing of Michael Brodkorb.
St. Paul reverses course on ballpark bids; settlement with former cop at $665,000; “noose” billboard on Obama stirs controversy; Target to do selected price match; and more.
Beyond Brodkorb’s assertion of a ‘palace coup’, my guess is that there were multiple motives behind Brodkorb’s firing.
In an interview with MinnPost, Michael Brodkorb disparages GOP senators who were once his friends and employers.
A federal judge has ordered Brodkorb and the state into confidential settlement talks.
The state Senate’s legal bills in the Michael Brodkorb discrimination case keep growing, now totaling more than $100,000.
Hist take: U.S. Senate candidate Kurt Bills is in trouble. And Rick Nolan’s victory is a win, too, for the DFL endorsement process.
He says his new political blog will be nothing like the harsh Minnesota Democrats Exposed blog he created in 2004.
The Minnesota Senate has filed papers to move the Michael Brodkorb wrongful termination case.
To prove his lawsuit, Brodkorb says he’s prepared to name names, but there are limits the court can enforce.
The chamber has yet to pay the $46,000 bill for its defense lawyers’ initial work in the Michael Brodkorb wrongful termination case.
As legal fees mount, the committee meeting offers a forum to discuss alternatives to going to court.
Dayton, GOP legislators can’t make a deal; wild turkeys’ comeback; some very rowdy Wisconsinites; advice for Best Buy; Walker a hit on speech circuit; and more.
Michael Brodkorb returns to the University of Minnesota to study political science.
The GOP’s strategy at last week’s ethics hearing only created more buzz and raised more questions.
The complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the first step of a lawsuit that would charge the Minnesota Senate with gender discrimination.
Turmoil in the party may have led Senate Republicans to initially stall, hoping for a quiet resolution.