Minn. Senate's Assistant Majority Leader To RetireMinnesota Senate Assistant Majority Leader Katie Sieben says she won't seek another term. Sieben becomes the sixth DFLer in the chamber to announce plans to retire this year, joining Sens. James Metzen, Barb Goodwin, Roger Reinert, Kathy Sheran and Bev Scalze.
Senate Fills In Bubble For Early Voting, House Not On BoardMinnesota state senators have filled in the bubble for early voting.
State Senators: Open Up On Miller's OusterDemocratic state senators are pressing for more answers on why the coach of Minnesota Duluth women's hockey team is being let go.
State Gives Out $20M In Broadband Internet GrantsLt. Gov. Tina Smith and Katie Sieben, commissioner of Minnesota's economic development department, held a teleconference Monday to talk about the state’s new broadband Internet expansion program.
Senate Leader: Tax-Cut Deadline 'Difficult' To HitDemocratic Gov. Mark Dayton's goal of enacting a bill cutting and repealing taxes by next Friday appears unlikely to be met. Assistant Majority Leader Katie Sieben said Friday it will be "difficult" for that chamber to pass a plan by then. The House voted 126-2 on Thursday for $500 million in tax reductions on businesses and for state income tax filers.
Minn. Sen. Sieben Dismisses Idea Of Lt. Gov RunA Minnesota state senator mentioned prominently as a running mate for Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton says she doesn't want the job.
MN Officials Cite Few Election Problems, Group Checks Possible FraudMinnesota voters came out in record numbers again this year.

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