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Commentary: Left-leaning urban America is also vaccine hesitant

Despite the media’s preferred narrative, large portions of unvaccinated Americans are not conspiratorial MAGA-hat-donning Republicans, but urban and suburban Democrats or independents. As of today, almost 70%...

Minneapolis Fed mandates vaccine, acting for ‘our collective behalf’

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis announced it will require all of its 1,100 staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or face termination. "We are...

Commentary: Forever masked

"Masks should remain with us, becoming part of our everyday lives even as the COVID-19 pandemic, science willing, subsides. We should never fully return...

Malcolm ‘would have liked’ different set of rules for the unvaccinated 

Some state leaders "would have liked" to subject unvaccinated Minnesotans to stricter coronavirus mandates than their vaccinated neighbors. Gov. Tim Walz rescinded his mask mandate...

Commentary: I finally got vaccinated — my life won’t change

It’s done. The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine went into my left arm Tuesday; I sought out the single-dose option, because there’s no way...

Bill aims to ban Minnesota vaccine passports

(The Center Square) — As Minnesota returns to a semblance of normalcy with an increasing number of injected COVID-19 vaccines, one Republican aims to...

All Minnesotans 16+ eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting March 30

(The Center Square) — Gov. Tim Walz announced all Minnesotans 16 years and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations beginning March 30. The final...

Walz to vaccinate 70% of seniors before expanding eligibility

(The Center Square) — On Thursday, Gov. Tim Walz announced Minnesota will vaccinate 70% of state seniors before expanding eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine. The...

Minnesota COVID-19 vaccine rollout ranks 23rd in nation

(The Center Square) – Almost a month into receiving COVID-19 vaccines, only 147,645 Minnesotans have received a shot — 37% of the nearly 400,000...