New year, new faces, same old challenge in the Minnesota Legislature: a state budget that’s out of whack.
One-party rule at Minnesota’s Capitol means that harmony, efficiency and common purpose will reign, right? Don’t bank on it.
A Minnesota campaign finance oversight board is weighing whether to impose new fees on lobbyists, candidates and political parties to address budget strains within the regulatory agency.
hile there’s a lot on the agenda when Minnesota lawmakers return to St. Paul next month, the Capitol’s leaders gave no strong indication Monday that bipartisanship will be the new standard.
The State Capitol may be Minnesota’s most visible and open public building. But how safe is the Capitol and the buildings around it?
The two Democrats who will lead the Legislature starting in January will have to manage Democratic ambitions as the party takes full control of the Capitol for the first time in over 20 years.
Booted from statehouse power, Minnesota Republicans must figure out whether their new role at the Capitol will be as the noisy opposition trying to impede the all-Democratic government, an accommodating minority content to scratch out small victories or something in between.
When most people go to a haunted house, they expect to be scared. But not inside the capitol building in St. Paul, as they have a tour going on right now for all ages.
A new memorial to fallen firefighters is at the Capitol Tuesday after making a solemn journey.
Top Minnesota lawmakers say they are putting aside politics to deal with severe flooding in northern Minnesota.
Beginning late Thursday, June 21, motorists in the eastern metro area should expect delays as closures take place inside the I-35E/I-94 Capitol Interchange in St. Paul.
For the first time in many weeks, the Minnesota Vikings stadium is not a story at the Capitol. But that doesn’t mean politicians weren’t busy kicking off the election campaign.
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill to build a nearly $1 billion stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
Tomorrow will be another big day at the Capitol for Vikings fans — as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signs the stadium bill into law.
Minnesota legislators have come up with a way to fund local development projects that relieves them of the hassle that comes from picking winners and losers.