Senate Passes Gas Tax Increase To Fund Road, Bridge Repairs State officials say about half of Minnesota roads and bridges are more than 40 years old, nearing the end of their useful lives. Tuition Freeze’s Fate Uncertain At Capitol This Year Students at Minnesota's public colleges may have to brace for a tuition bump, as legislative appetite seems to have waned for moves to shift rising costs from students to the state.
Southwest LRT Project Under Scrutiny Following $341M Price Hike Burnt ‘Easy Mac’ Forces Evacuation At Iowa Capitol State Extends Emergency Declaration For Bird Flu Response Minn. Senate Tax Plan Far Slimmer Than Cuts Pursued By House Sen. Klobuchar Seeks Broader Compensation For Poultry Farmers Talking Points: ‘No Simple Answers’ In Stopping Terror Recruitment U Of M President Eric Kaler Shares Thoughts On Education Funding Wisconsin Lawmaker Targeting Drunken Driving Again Same-Sex Marriage Opponents Urge Supreme Court To Go Slow Education Spending Bill Passes House, Heads To Senate
Minnesota Spring Planting Continues Ahead Of Average Despite cool, wet weather, Minnesota farmers are continuing a spring planting pace well ahead of last year and the five-year average. Attorneys Say Settlement In Abuse Case Against St. John’s A Minnesota man has settled a lawsuit with St. John's Abbey that will force the release of personnel files for 19 monks accused of sexually abusing minors, attorneys said Monday.
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