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MN GDP is Actually Shrinking

WASHINGTON - New data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) shows that Minnesota was one of only seven states in the country to...

Appeal Says Judiciary too Involved in Separating Powers

ST. PAUL, Minn.- Gov. Mark Dayton has filed an appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court after the Ramsey county court's decision against the constitutionality...
Health Care, Insurance, Rate Hikes, Premiums

Double Digit Rate Increase on MN’s Health Care Exchange in 2018

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesotans looking to buy health insurance on Minnesota’s exchange will now have an idea of how much insurance premiums will rise in...

MN Congresswoman Blasts Mining Bill Supported by Her Own Party

WASHINGTON - Rep. Betty McCollum opened fire on Rep. Tom Emmer in an op-ed for The Hill last week, criticizing her Minnesota congressional colleague...

Public Utilities Commission Jacks Up Energy Prices for “Social Cost”

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Last week, in an attempt to quantify the costs of climate change, Minnesota utility regulators voted to substantially increase the...

Minnesota Republicans’ Upcoming Gubernatorial Food Fight

Last week former Republican Party of Minnesota chair Keith Downey announced his candidacy for governor. He joined Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson and state...

Minneapolis Keeps EPA Data

MINNEAPOLIS- The city of Minneapolis added EPA climate change data to its website after the removal of this data from the EPA’s website earlier...

Ventura’s Capitol Bio to be Rewritten

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Former Gov. Jesse Ventura’s complaints about his gubernatorial biography in the Minnesota state Capitol has resulted in the changes he...
Amy Klobuchar, Klobuchar, Amy

Klobuchar Hobnobs With Celebrities Amidst Presidential Rumors

LOS ANGELES -- Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar seems to be boosting her public profile as speculation continue swirl of a potential 2020 run for...
health care, health, care

Republican Health Care Solution Fails, Democrats Rejoice

WASHINGTON -- In the middle of the night, three Republicans joined Democrats in the Senate to strike down the “skinny bill” to repeal the...