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.
4 Things To Know: Paid Sick Leave, MSP Intrusion, Female CEOs & MoreFrom paid sick leave in Minneapolis to female CEOs, here is a look at the top four stories from May 26, 2016.
Minneapolis Close To Implementing Paid Sick LeaveMinneapolis is one step closer to implementing a paid sick leave policy. Right now, it's estimated more than 100,000 people working in the city don't get paid sick time.
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City Council Mulls Relaxing Mpls. Marijuana OrdinanceThe Minneapolis city council will decide this week whether possessing small amounts of marijuana will be considered a crime. Under the current city ordinance, someone caught with amount of marijuana less than 42.5 grams could be convicted of a misdemeanor.
New Minneapolis Ordinance Loosens Restrictions On PetsChicken owners are among those affected. They've also loosened restrictions on cold-blooded critters.
Critics, Supporters Fill Reappointment Hearing For Mpls. Police Chief HarteauMinneapolis residents packed city council chambers Wednesday to speak out about the reappointment of Police Chief Janeé Harteau. Statements from people were mixed at the public hearing that was a continuation from last week.
Life Time Fitness, City Of Minneapolis Quarrel Over Affirmative ActionHiring practices at a well-known fitness chain are being put under the microscope by the city of Minneapolis.
Mpls. City Council Member Optimistic His Change To City's Marijuana Law Will PassRight now there is a Minnesota state law that classifies small scale marijuana possession as a petty misdemeanor. However, there is a city ordinance in Minneapolis that classifies it as a misdemeanor.
Mpls. Councilmembers Want Decreased Consequences For Minor Pot PossessionA push is underway to downgrade minor possession of marijuana from a misdemeanor to a petty misdemeanor in the city of Minneapolis. If you are caught with pot in Minneapolis right now, you could face a $200 fine, jail time and a criminal record.