Closing Arguments Expected In Wisconsin Voting Lawsuit Closing arguments are scheduled in a federal court trial challenging more than a dozen election laws passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by Gov. Scott Walker. Businesses Seek State Law To Preempt Local Labor Laws Minnesota's top business leaders are pushing for a state law to stop cities from adopting sick leave and minimum wage policies.
Poll: U.S. Economy Rigged Toward Certain Groups Dayton Appoints 1st American Indian To Sit On MN Supreme Court SCOTUS Ruling Imperils Abortion Laws In N.D., Wis & Other States SCOTUS Ruling In Texas Could Also Affect Wis. Law For Minnesota, Special Session Talks Aren’t Infrequent UK’s ‘Brexit’ Decision Could Have Worldwide Impact Good Question: Why Is It So Hard To Pass A Law? Dems Hail House Sit-In A Success; Republicans Call It ‘Publicity Stunt’ Supreme Court Limits Drunk Driving Tests Franken’s Humor Could Be Key In Clinton Campaign
Lauderdale Residents Disturbed To Find Nazi Flag In Neighbor’s Yard Last weekend, homeowners on Pleasant Street in Lauderdale noticed that a neighbor was flying a Nazi Swastika in his backyard. Good Question: What Do We Make In The USA? We hear a lot of political talk about trade this election year. The United States, overall, imports more than it exports to the tune of more than a half-trillion dollars a year.
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