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Crackdown continues: Minnesota business owners face $25,000 fines and revoked licenses

Businesses that try to reopen in Minnesota face visits from law enforcement, $10,000 fines and revoked licenses. The Reopen Minnesota Coalition attempted to rally hundreds...

Ahlgren: Panic, power and the pandemic

We have lost our minds. We have said goodbye to any semblance of rationality or assessment of data and said hello to illogical alarmism....

State says shooting range must close under gym shutdown order

The owners of Dead On Arms say they're willing to face fines and jail time to keep their business open amid Minnesota Gov. Tim...

52% of Minnesota renters say they’re likely to be evicted in...

More than half of Minnesota renters surveyed recently by the U.S. Census Bureau say they're either "somewhat likely" or "very likely" to face eviction...

Malls were crowded for Black Friday shopping as small businesses forced...

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has forced small business owners to close their restaurants and bars for in-person service, but crowds were allowed to flock...

.003% of COVID cases come from gyms, owners say it’s time...

A coalition of Minnesota gyms presented state officials with a lengthy argument for reopening this week, claiming that all available data suggest that fitness...

Minnesota profits as residents drink, smoke and gamble to excess amid...

Minnesotans are drinking, smoking and gambling at a higher rate than usual under the shadow of COVID-19, which is good news for the state's...

Life Time asks Minnesota to show data that proves gyms should...

Life Time asked Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's office to prove that the state has data to support gym closures amid COVID-19. Walz ordered all the...

Life Time urges members to get vocal about impending COVID closures

Life Time urged its members to get vocal as Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is expected to close gyms for a second time, citing coronavirus...

Elon Musk on lockdowns: ‘Sweden was right’

When people think of polarizing countries, Sweden rarely leaps to mind. At least that was the case before 2020. Sweden’s decision to take a “lighter...