Minnesota lawmakers want the state to start cracking down on phony 911 calls.
Minnesota’s House and Senate are busy passing a series of bills funding state agencies as lawmakers set the stage for end-of-session budget talks.
People who can pickles or bake brownies to sell at Minnesota roadside stands or farmers’ markets will still need a license if they want to peddle more than $5,000 of their product.
Following a hush-hush courtship, top Minnesota lawmakers acknowledged Tuesday that they are compiling a multi-million dollar package of public subsidies and tax breaks to encourage an Illinois-based pharmaceutical firm to add 200 high-paying jobs and undertake a substantial construction project in their state.
Minnesota House Democrats pushed ahead Monday on a big spending increase for state programs aimed at creating new jobs.
More Minnesota lawmakers are stepping forward with bills to tinker with financing of the new Vikings stadium.
Minnesota House Democrats are proposing a healthcare spending bill that includes salary hikes for nursing home and long-term care workers but helps pay for it with a state surcharge on hospitals.
Minnesota House lawmakers are weighing whether to expand background checks for firearm purchases, a critical step in whether that measure can pass and become law.
A 39-year-old Minnesota House worker and former candidate for Ramsey County Commissioner has been found guilty on 12 counts of possessing child pornography.
From a small tick up to a big bump, Minnesota lawmakers anxious to boost the state’s minimum wage start making their case to colleagues this week.
A bill that would regulate dog and cat breeders in Minnesota has passed its first test in the state legislature.
Two Minnesota House districts are holding special elections to replace lawmakers who resigned after the last election.
Some recently enacted federal tax deductions could also be extended to Minnesotans filing their state taxes as well.
An influential Minnesota House Democrat is proposing a substantial increase in the state’s cigarette tax.
A half dozen police chiefs and sheriffs argued Tuesday in a packed Capitol hearing room that Minnesota isn’t doing enough to protect against gun violence, kicking off three days of hearings on a host of new proposed limits on firearm ownership.