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Why are Minnesota lawmakers suddenly so interested in who uses which bathroom?
The past week at the Minnesota legislature, lawmaking business got overshadowed by a controversial hearing: last Tuesday’s showdown over the proposed law to prohibit transgender individuals from using the bathroom that corresponds to their preferred gender, not their gender at birth.The scene that u ...
Yes, maybe, never: Here’s what top Minnesota Republicans say about (eventually) supporting Trump
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio may be the runaway first choice of Minnesota Republicans for president — he won Minnesota’s GOP presidential caucuses, topping his nearest rival, Ted Cruz, by eight percentage points.OAS_AD("Middle");But pretty much everywhere else, Republicans’ first choice is Donald Trump. ...
With 2016 budget, feds remain committed to funding Southwest LRT — now it’s up to the Legislature
WASHINGTON — On Tuesday, President Barack Obama released his eighth and final annual budget request — and there’s good news in the sprawling document for backers of mass transit in the Twin Cities area.The federal Department of Transportation maintained its commitment to funding half the total cost ...
With state Capitol under renovation, Dayton's state of the state address will be at U's McNamara Center
Gov. Mark Dayton will deliver his sixth State of the State speech Mar. 9.But with the state Capitol building in St. Paul is in the midst of a major renovation, the speech will be moved to the University of Minnesota's McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis.The 7 p.m. speech will be before a joint ses ...
Gov. Dayton appoints Judge Margaret Chutich to Minnesota Supreme Court
Judge Margaret ChutichJudge Margaret Chutich was named to the Minnesota Supreme Court today; she’ll be the first openly gay justice on the state's highest court.Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Chutich — who has been on the state Court of Appeals — to replace Wilhelmina Wright, who was conf ...
New state House committee to study child-care affordability
A new Minnesota House select committee has been set up to look at child-care affordability and a shortage of providers.State Rep. Mary Franson, a Republican from Alexandria, will head the group, which, House officials say, will work "with providers and parents to facilitate solutions for more afford ...
Croatian President visits Minnesota to start U.S. visit
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović is in the Twin Cities today on an official visit.She was invited to meet members of the Minnesota National Guard to celebrate this year's 20th anniversary of a state partnership program, which has included humanitarian projects in Croatia.Minnesota Nationa ...
Legislative leaders schedule Easter, Passover breaks for 2016 session
Minnesota's legislative leaders have scheduled their Easter and Passover breaks for the 2016 legislative session, which opens Mar. 8.The Easter closing will run from Mar. 25 through noon on Mar. 29, with the Passover break running from April 22 until April 25 at 8 a.m., according to the House and Se ...
Gov. Dayton dons Coyotes hockey jersey after losing sports bet to Arizona governor
Gov. Mark Dayton donned an Arizona Coyotes hockey jersey this morning, to pay off a bet he'd made with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.Three Minnesota sports teams played Arizona teams the weekend of Dec. 10-13, prompting the gubernatorial bet. Minnesota lost all three.So at a press briefing this morning, D ...
Three Democratic presidential candidates to attend Feb. 12 DFL Humphrey-Mondale Dinner
The Minnesota DFL will host three Democratic presidential candidates — Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders — at the 5th annual Humphrey-Mondale Dinner on Feb. 12.That's about two weeks before Minnesota's caucuses, which have been moved this year from February to March ...
Voting Rights for Felons
Currently, felons in Minnesota must fulfill their probations or parole before having their voting rights restored, but some Minnesota senators believe these voting rights should be restored sooner for felons who are no longer incarcerated. Do you agree?
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