Sen. Karin Housley is thinking about it. She will make the decision by early next year, she said, whether she intends to run for governor.
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Former House Minority Leader Marty Seifert is brimming with confidence after entering the gubernatorial race on the Republican side.
A Brooklyn Center lawmaker is looking to give heroin overdose victims a shot at life, a second chance arriving too late to save her daughter.
Advocates insist medical marijuana offers therapeutic benefits to patients, such as pain relief, found nowhere else.
Talking about her mother still brings tears to Kathy Rippentrop’s eyes.
Release of the November state budget forecast on Thursday, Dec. 5, showed a projected $1 billion budget surplus.
by T.W. Budig ECM publishers Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees on Thursday, Nov. 20, adopted a set of recommendations aimed at fostering student success, better use of technology and more collaboration among the system’s 54 campuses. “We cannot walk away from our responsibility to think critically about the future,” MnSCU Chancellor Steven [...]
The event signifies the start of construction on the 65,000-seat, 1.7 million-square-foot facility, scheduled for completion in July 2016.