Republican: Bullying Bill An ‘Attack on The Bible & Conservative Christians' The Minnesota House was in an emotional debate Tuesday over a bullying bill that would toughen the state's laws, following a rash of student suicides linked to bullying.
DFL Lawmakers Revive Child Care Unionization Democratic lawmakers introduced a bill Monday calling for a union election. It would give Minnesota child care providers a chance to vote on whether to form a union.
Minn. Board Certifies Legislative Recount Winners Narrow wins by Republican Mary Franson and Democrat Kevin Dahle (dahl) in legislative recounts have become official.
Reality Check: One-Party Control Voters gave Democrats one-party control of the Minnesota statehouse for the first time in a generation.
Rep. Franson Keeps House Seat After today’s recount, Republican Rep. Mary Franson will keep her seat in the Minnesota House.
GOP's Franson Keeps Slim Lead In House RecountRepublican Rep. Mary Franson is keeping a slim lead over her Democratic challenger in a recount of their western Minnesota state House race.
2 Minn. Legislative Races Enter Recount PhaseThey're counting ballots again in two Minnesota legislative districts. Automatic recounts were getting under way near Alexandria and Northfield to determine if narrow leads by the apparent winners hold up.
GOP's Franson Gains Ahead Of Minn. Race Recount Republican Rep. Mary Franson heads into a near-certain legislative recount with a bit more cushion after officials randomly discarded some ballots to fix a vote-counting error.
Votes To Be Randomly Canceled In Tight Minn. Race A Minnesota judge has ruled that election officials must randomly cancel 35 ballots in a tight legislative race due to a counting error.
First Court, Then Recount Over 1-Vote MarginMinnesota's closest legislative race is headed for court before it reaches a probable recount.
2 Legislative Races In Line For Recounts Two Minnesota legislative races are in line for final recounts.
Bill Would Put Facebook Off-Limits To EmployersMinnesota lawmakers are joining a sudden move to block employers from asking applicants for their passwords to social networking sites. The Associated Press reported earlier this month that some public and private employers were seeking the passwords as a way to find out more information about their applicants.