Talking Points: Is This The Year For Sunday Liquor Sales?It comes up just about every year in the Minnesota Legislature - a bill that would allow Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota.
EPA: Landowners Must Pay $60M For Burnsville Landfill CleanupThe federal government has sent out 180 letters to businesses, cities and even school districts, saying they will have to pay the estimated $60-million cost of cleaning up a toxic landfill in Burnsville.
'It’s Child Pornography': Attorney On Teens Sharing SextsCriminal defense attorney Joe Tamburino says many teens just don't get it.
Immigration Advocates Bracing For ICE CrackdownImmigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested more than 600 people in more than 10 states last week.
Talking Points: Bipartisanship & Russian SanctionsWhile much of the opposition to President Donald Trump's policies appears to be divided along party lines - one area of opposition is drawing bipartisan support.
Bill Cooper, Former TCF Bank CEO, Dies At 73Cooper was TCF Bank's CEO for nearly thirty years, and was still an executive chairman at the bank.
Legal Challenge By Wash., Minn. Will Determine Future Of Trump's Travel BanThe legal fight over President Donald Trump's travel ban is in the hands of a federal judge.
Talking Points: Trump Supporters See Travel Ban As Promise FulfilledPresident Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban has prompted protests in Minnesota and around the country.
Somali Youth Group Ka Joog Turns Down $500K Grant, Cites TrumpA Somali youth development organization in Minnesota announced that it has declined a nearly $500,000 federal counter-extremism grant, citing the political climate under President Donald Trump.
Supporters Say Trump's Immigration Policy Is Delivering Campaign PromiseSupporters of President Donald Trump are praising his controversial immigration policy, saying the President is delivering on a campaign promise.
Talking Points: Gov. Dayton's Health ProblemsSince his dramatic collapse and the unexpected announcement of his prostate cancer diagnosis, Gov. Mark Dayton has maintained a rigorous schedule, even traveling Friday to Morris to promote his water quality initiative.
Protesters Shut Down House Committee Meeting Over HF 322Protesters shut down a House committee meeting Tuesday morning after lawmakers approved a bill that would make protesters pay, in some cases, for the costs of policing demonstrations.

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