An advisory task force has forwarded proposed legislation to Minnesota lawmakers that would dramatically expand the Capitol complex security force.
A committee charged with recommending security upgrades for the 17-building Minnesota Capitol complex expects to review a preliminary report next month and approve it by mid-January.
Legislation creating a task force with a special Capitol security focus is proving to be a work in progress.
It seems speedy drivers in Wisconsin caught a break while state troopers were monitoring union rallies at the Capitol.
Gov. Mark Dayton and top lawmakers are activating a panel on Capitol security to recommend ways to keep the building safe for visitors, staff and officials.
Capt. Matt Langer of the Minnesota State Patrol says when it comes to security it’s hard to tell when enough is enough.
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