Minneapolis City Attorney Plans To Appeal $15 Min. Wage DecisionMinneapolis city officials are appealing a judge's decision to put a minimum wage vote on November's ballot.
Judge Rules In Favor Of $15 Minimum Wage Vote In Mpls.On Monday, Hennepin County Judge Susan Robiner ruled in favor of putting raising the minimum wage on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election.
Fate Of Mpls. Min. Wage Referendum in Judge's HandsA judge will now be the one to decide if a minimum wage increase in Minneapolis will go on the November ballot.
Labor Advocates File Lawsuit Over $15 Minimum Wage Ballot Initiative In Mpls.Advocates say residents should be allowed to vote on the city charter amendment, but city council members say the issue doesn't belong in the city charter.
Hennepin Theatre Trust To Buy Fmr. Solera BuildingHennepin Theatre Trust officials announced Friday that the Trust will be purchasing the former Solera Building in downtown Minneapolis.
Mpls. City Council Blocks Minimum Wage, Police Insurance AmendmentsTwo big and controversial decisions were made at Friday morning's Minneapolis City Council meeting.
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MN Attorney: Council Should Block Minimum Wage VoteMinneapolis City Attorney is suggesting the city not go ahead with raising the minimum wage. Earlier this year, there was a major effort to collect nearly 20,000 signatures to put raising minimum wage on the November ballot in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Could Take Abandoned Home From TV Star Nicole CurtisMinneapolis may take back an abandoned house after city leaders say a reality TV star failed to fix it up.
Mpls. City Council Approves Efforts For Further Transgender EquityMinneapolis officials say the city is now supporting efforts to further transgender equity.
Minneapolis City Council Votes For Paid Sick Leave OrdinanceThe Minneapolis City councilors unanimously voted in favor for paid sick time for workers Friday morning. After the vote was announced, the chambers erupted in cheers.
4 Things To Know: Paid Sick Leave, Obama In Hiroshima, Stanley Cup Finals & MoreFrom President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima to the naming of America's best beach, here's a look at the top four stories from May 27, 2016.

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