Chamber Of Commerce Suing Minneapolis Over Sick Leave OrdinanceThe Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is suing the city of Minneapolis over its paid sick leave ordinance.
How To Save On Sightseeing When TravelingMost every destination offers free attractions and discount coupons
Dayton To Businesses: Back Real, Not Phony Road-Fund FixGov. Mark Dayton is pleading with Minnesota business leaders to help him build support for a transportation funding plan with real money, not "phony solutions."
Dayton: Don't Touch Minimum-Wage LawGov. Mark Dayton says he sees no reason to hold off on two coming increases to Minnesota's minimum wage and he'll resist efforts to scrap a new mechanism allowing for inflationary bumps later.
Minnesota Chamber Backs Republican Johnson Minnesota's Chamber of Commerce on Friday backed Republican Jeff Johnson over Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton as the business community weighs how big a role to play in the governor's race.
Despite Wet Spring, White Bear Lake Still Shrinking Despite a wet summer that's virtually wiped out Minnesota's drought, White Bear Lake still has a problem. The water level has been low for years.
Gov. Dayton Lashes Out At Chamber Of CommerceGov. Mark Dayton told hundreds of state business leaders on Wednesday he's not backing down from a plan to raise taxes on high income Minnesotans.
Minn. Business Leaders Prepare For DFL In ChargeGov. Mark Dayton's chief of staff is telling Minnesota's business leaders that tax increases must be part of solving the state's chronic budget problems.
Wild Rice Water Quality Suit DismissedA judge has dismissed a Chamber of Commerce lawsuit that challenged Minnesota's water quality standards for protecting wild rice.