Minnesota Republican Leaders Not Rushing to Embrace Donald TrumpThey are not embracing him just yet, but Minnesota Republicans say they will vote for Donald Trump in November if he wins the party nomination.
Senate Democrats Propose $1.5B Public Projects Spending BillMinnesota Senate Democrats proposed a massive $1.5 billion public projects spending bill on Monday.
Gov. Dayton, GOP In Stalemate Over SWLRT, Transportation BillNo matter where they live, Minnesota lawmakers agree that state highways and bridges are in desperate need of upgrades. But they are paralyzed with the politics of paying for it.
DFL Party Head Claims Daudt Used Position To Get Out Of DebtThe head of Minnesota's DFL Party, Ken Martin, said the Speaker of the House used his powerful influence and friends to get out of debt.
Dayton Talks Iron Range, Economy, Racial Inequality In State Of The StateGov. Mark Dayton delivered his 6th State of the State address Wednesday evening at an unusual location.
News Click: Daudt's Debt
Good Question: How Common Is Credit Card Debt?Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt told reporters today he's not immune to financial struggles as a legislator. He said he had thousands of dollars in credit card debt.
Minn. Lawmakers Kick Off 2016 Legislative Session With Contentious DebateMinnesota Lawmakers returned to the State Capitol Tuesday for the start of the 2016 legislative session, kicking off the first day with contentious debate that could be a sign of things to come.
Talking Points: Trump Nomination Could Affect State, Local RacesIt's a contest that has become so bitter that Republicans are concerned it could not only cost the party the White House, but affect Congressional and even state house elections.
A Battle On Education Spending Is BrewingDespite competing spending priorities and political pushback, Gov. Mark Dayton isn't relenting in his push to expand Minnesota's early education programs.
Lawmakers At Odds Before Legislative Session StartsIt's hard to believe, but it's that time of year again: Minnesota lawmakers are preparing to return to the State Capitol. Lawmakers are starting right back up where they left off last year, and last year didn't end well.
Minnesota's Top Lawmakers Spar Over Session CenterpiecesGov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders are picking up old disagreements over transportation funding and tax cuts.