The full report into state Rep. Tony Cornish would not be made public because of privacy concerns, top House leaders said Thursday.
Port, one of the women who came forward with allegations of sexual harassment against then-state Sen. Dan Schoen, recently suspended her campaign for the Legislature, and she is struggling to keep her business alive.
The contests to replace state Sen. Dan Schoen and Rep. Tony Cornish will be quick and expensive — and offer an important window into voter sentiments less than a year ahead of the state’s next major election.
The breadth and speed with which the story has spread means that many questions remain unanswered, including: How many more allegations are out there? And did those in power know what was going on?
How Tony Cornish — one of Minnesota’s most colorful politicians — has become one of its most important, central to some of the most contentious debates in the state.
A Minnesota bill to prevent domestic abusers from possessing guns, and confiscate them if necessary, is drawing wide — and unusual — support.
The crowd had come expecting a vote but instead got a lesson in the hardball, backroom politics that surrounds the gun issue.
State lawmakers, school administrators and parents gather and talk about the tragedy in Newtown, Conn.
Gov. Mark Dayton sends a clear signal he’s all but made up his mind to veto legislation that would significantly expand gun rights.
The most recent proposal reaffirms the right of individuals to “acquire, keep, possess, transport, carry, transfer, and use arms.”