Two Minnesota legislative leaders are publicly backing Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann in her bid for president.
Minnesota Republican leaders say they will hold hearings into the state corrections commissioner’s decisions to parole four convicted killers since January.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton plans to meet as early as Monday with top lawmakers and Vikings team officials to try to jumpstart the Vikings stadium talks.
The Governor has stated he will accept the June 30th Republican Proposal on 3 conditions. Is that leadership, is he caving in? You vote on the poll.
After five days of secretive budget negotiations with Republican lawmakers, Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton said Tuesday that their next meeting will determine whether a state government shutdown can be avoided with just hours to spare.
Minnesota’s top leaders wrapped up a second day of budget talks Saturday by saying they plan to keep talking Sunday.
Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the entire budget from the Republican-controlled Legislature on Tuesday, guaranteeing that he will have to call a special session.
Gov. Mark Dayton says he expects budget talks with top Republican lawmakers to pick up in the coming days.
Republican leaders of the Minnesota Legislature will use the last day of state lawmakers’ Easter/Passover break to fly around Minnesota and tout their political agenda at stops in several cities.
Republican leaders in Minnesota say they’re not focused on legislation to remove collective bargaining rights.
Top legislative Republicans are slamming Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton’s budget plan as they fly around the state.
Two Senate panels are bound for the Iron Range on Friday to talk about jobs and Minnesota’s business climate.
The Minnesota Senate’s top leader is pushing to undo a state ban on new nuclear power plants.
Minnesota state senators will soon have to get by on a little less meal money.
It’s day one of the 2011 Minnesota Legislative Session and there are a lot of new faces at the State Capitol this year.
Republicans who will lead the Minnesota Legislature next year have embarked on a statewide tour after naming the heads of a revamped committee structure.
The new Republican majorities at the Minnesota Capitol are reducing the number of committees in what they call an attempt to make the legislative process more accessible to the public.
State Sen. Amy Koch has won the top post in the Minnesota Senate, becoming the first woman to lead the chamber.