Friday, May 26, 2017

Is the GOP in Need of a Panic Button?

Tuesday's speech at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs was anything but normal. This long-time Republican and former White House staff member had some harsh words for the GOP:

Dayton opposes North Carolina Bathroom Privacy Bill

Governor Dayton banned all state "nonessential" travel to North Carolina, causing some citizens to question why the state is involved in any "nonessential" travel in the first place.

Dayton Calls for Cessation of “Nonessential” Travel of State Employees to North Carolina

Governor Dayton banned all state "nonessential" travel to North Carolina, causing some citizens to question why the state is involved in any "nonessential" travel in the first place.

Dayton’s Policies Hurting Minnesota Businesses

Several Minnesota organizations agree: Minnesota's tax climate is "anti-success" - How is this affecting businesses?

Dayton Requests $100 Million for “Equity” Programs

Governor Dayton proposes $100 million to be spent on equity programs. Where will this money be spent?

Republican Liberty Caucus of Minnesota Sends Message to Lawmakers by Suspending Endorsements

In an unprecedented move by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Minnesota (RLCMN), the organization is suspending its legislative endorsement process for the 2016 election cycle, citing "disappointment in state legislators' performance last year"

Dayton’s Proposed Budget Calls for Almost $700 Million in New Spending

Dayton's proposed supplemental budget calls for almost $700 million in new spending.

Dayton Opposes New Mine Jobs In Ely

Governor Dayton released a letter voicing his strong stance against mining near Minnesota's prized environmental tourist attraction: the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

Child Care Vote Results: Providers will not be forced to Unionize

Breaking News: Unionization measure is voted down by child care providers.

Government’s Fight for Child Care Provider Unionization Faces Staunch Opposition

Child care providers in Minnesota are fighting back against what they call unfair attempts at unionization.