For anyone possibly on his list to subpoena, there’s good news and bad.
Sen. Sandy Pappas criticized his handling of the Amy Koch resignation. Michel called the move “politics and payback.”
His pending gender discrimination lawsuit is a nasty distraction for the Senate GOP caucus.
Secretary of the Senate Cal Ludeman issues a statement abruptly and publicly refusing Michael Brodkorb’s attempt to mediate.
St. Croix Bridge signed into law; Brodkorb-Koch affair confirmed, and Senate denies unfair firing; Minnesota’s first Museums Month; and more.
One labor leader says Minnesota would be even “kookier” than Wisconsin. For sure, the GOP redistricting plan would be in place.
The dust-up over Republican pamphlets allows the DFL to draw the first blood of the legislative session.
Democrats accused Republicans of using public resources to produce campaign materials, which the GOP denies.
The Campaign Finance Board ruled that there was no basis for the complaint.
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