The public has a chance to weigh in this week on a proposed pipeline that would increase the amount of oil flowing across Minnesota by 225,000 barrels a day.
The city of St. Paul wants you to weigh in on car sharing services, like Uber and Lyft.
The state says Xcel Energy is charging Minnesota families too much for electricity.
The Minnesota Senate opened controversial hearings on gun violence at the Capitol Thursday, focusing on much tougher background checks.
A half dozen police chiefs and sheriffs argued Tuesday in a packed Capitol hearing room that Minnesota isn’t doing enough to protect against gun violence, kicking off three days of hearings on a host of new proposed limits on firearm ownership.
A Minnesota House committee is gearing up for three days of hearings next week to take testimony on proposed changes to the state’s gun laws.
Moss and Barnett attorney Tom Shroyer talked with Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Wednesday.
Minnesota daycare providers who are not eligible to vote in an upcoming unionization election say they would still be affected by agreements reached between a new union and the state, and should be given a vote.
A series of eight hearings designed to get input on Minnesota’s political boundaries is beginning.
Yesterday’s hearing in Parliament was interrupted by someone trying to throw a plate of shaving cream on Rupert Murdoch.
Chad just mentioned the Ruben Rosario column from the Pioneer Press on the congressional hearings being held by Peter King. We’ve got the link.
Emotions were high during Congressional hearings on terrorism. Members from several Muslim and Somali American groups gathered to watch the hearings.