Late Tuesday night, the Senate failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. And on Wednesday, Senate leaders squared off again.
Both of Minnesota’s Democratic Senators, Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken, voted no on the motion to move ahead on the health care debate.
Keith Downey announced his candidacy Monday morning at the State Capitol.
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, according to doctors at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix.
The Ramsey County District Court ruled Wednesday that Gov. Mark Dayton violated the constitution when he vetoed the operating funds for the state legislature in a budget dispute.
Sessions has pitched a tough-on-crime mentality as President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Department of Justice.
There are now hundreds of surveillance cameras in, on and around the State Capitol, including every government building on the Capitol Mall.
The Minnesota Senate Wednesday opened hearings on what’s expected to be major changes in health care on the way.
Minnesota election officials say there were only a handful of voter irregularities in last year’s presidential election.
Minnesota state officials are proposing a $30 million dollar security upgrade at the State Capitol complex in St. Paul.
The newly formed Presidential Commission on Election Integrity is asking Minnesota officials to provide extensive voter data.
Critics of all the congestion around the Twin Cities say it is not just the multiple road construction projects.
The Minnesota Legislature has a date in court next week against Gov. Mark Dayton.
Minneapolis mayoral candidate Tom Hoch is hitting the airwaves this week with an attention-grabbing television ad.
The Minnesota Legislature’s lawsuit against the Governor gets its first hearing June 26 in Ramsey County District Court.
Minnesota Representative Erik Paulsen shares a house in Washington with three other congressmen, including Majority Whip Scalise.
The governor’s shutdown threat could mean the largest mass layoff in Minnesota since 2015.
Hundreds of Minnesota Legislative staffers face layoffs if Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican House and Senate leaders cannot resolve a budget impasse.
Minnesota’s legislature recently approved a far-reaching plan to train every police officer in the state in crisis response, and de-escalation techniques.
The Minneapolis City Council is moving ahead with plans to raise the minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour.
A government watchdog group went to court Monday to ensure lawmakers get paid even if the legislative funding ends.
Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says Dayton’s action was clearly unconstitutional and needs to be fought in court.
Governor Mark Dayton says it was his idea to veto all of the funding for the Minnesota Legislature.
Vetoes could trigger another special session or even a government shutdown starting July 1.
Both the House and the Senate adjourned Friday morning at about 3 a.m. after lawmakers sent five budget bills to Gov. Mark Dayton.