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Senators say Walz ‘must’ announce plan to end business closures

Minnesota Sens. Michelle Benson, R-Ham Lake, and Eric Pratt, R-Prior Lake, sent a letter to Gov. Tim Walz asking him to reopen bars and...

Reopen Minnesota founder: ‘We want to fight an offensive battle’

In an interview with Alpha News, Darius Teichroew, co-founder of Reopen Minnesota, spoke about the coalition’s efforts to help businesses reopen despite the governor's...

A new study finds lockdowns 10 times more costly to public...

Proponents of lockdowns have continuously touted lockdowns as the way to curb the virus. When faced with the obvious economic damage caused by the...

Government of, by, and for the corporations?

Somewhere along the line, many denizens of Washington, D.C. completely lost sight of the fact that our republic was intended to be government of,...

The pandemic, an inflection point in fiscal responsibility?

Heavy debt levels increase financial risk. This is true for families as well as businesses. The 2008 financial crisis and this year’s pandemic-induced recession...

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...

Dakota Access Pipeline decision reversed in Court of Appeals

The U.S. District of Columbia Court of Appeals has reversed an order that could have shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline for over a...

Minneapolis Federal Reserve president calls for another six-week lockdown

The president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve said that a “really hard” six-week lockdown may be the best path towards economic recovery. Neel Kashkari, CEO...

Minnesota to face projected $4.7 billion shortfall for fiscal years 2022-23

Minnesota is facing a grim next few fiscal years. Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) Commissioner Myron Frans on Friday warned legislative leaders of a $4.7...

Northeast Minnesota Has Lost 10,500 Tourism-Related Jobs Since March 16th

Mining opponents in Minnesota often argue that instead of developing some of the largest undeveloped deposits of copper and nickel in the world, Northeastern...