Minn. Campaign Money Regulator Promises Data Fix Minnesota's campaign finance regulatory agency plans to implement new auditing procedures and seek a law change to deal with errors in its database of political fundraising transactions.
Nonprofit Offers Auto Repair For Those In NeedTucked inside of Dan's Car Wash in Minneapolis on 59th and Nicollet, is a small auto repair shop with a bare bones crew. A volunteer receptionist and two mechanics with a mission to fix cars and to give folks like Judy Hegrenes a lift in life.
Minn. Senate Moves To Fix Capitol With Tax Dollars Minnesota senators are moving to pay for renovations of the state Capitol using tax dollars rather than through state borrowing for public construction projects.
Lawmakers Scrambling To Fund Vikings StadiumThere's a fight over the money troubles surrounding the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, that's supposed to cost about $975 million.
Analysis: Is Government's Role To Fix Economy?The economy needs to be fixed. On this, Democrats and Republicans agree. They part ways over how to do it and, specifically, what role the federal government should play.
Dome Stabilized, Uncertainty On When It Will OpenThe roof of the Metrodome is now stable, after another panel gave way under the weight of snow and ice. The question of when the dome will be ready for events is still up in the air, however.
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