4 Things To Know: Trump's New Travel Ban, Teen Suicide, Powerball & MoreFrom the possibility of President Trump issuing a new immigrant travel ban to the Powerball jackpot prize, here is a look at the top four stories from Feb. 21, 2017.
Little Change Coming To 'U' Board Of Regents Despite Recent ScandalsThe Legislature doesn't appear likely to make major changes to the University of Minnesota's governing board, despite recent scandals involving the school's sports programs and claims of administrative overspending.
Minnesota Senate Approves Natural Gas Power Plant In BeckerThe Minnesota Legislature is moving to side-step utility regulators by approving a new Xcel Energy power plant in central Minnesota.
Bill Would Require Crisis Training, Diversity For Minnesota Police DepartmentsState lawmakers are advancing a bill to require crisis response training and more diversity on police departments.
Former Legislators Split On Pay RaiseEven former Minnesota lawmakers can't agree on whether their old colleagues should make more money.
Lawmakers Voting To Abolish Made In Minnesota Solar Energy GrantsA solar incentive program in Minnesota appears to be on the chopping block in the Republican-controlled legislature. Lawmakers in the House voted Thursday to get rid of a $15-million annual awards program that helped homeowners and businesses install solar panels.
Good Question: How Has Legalized Marijuana Impacted Other States?What has the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana been in states that have tried it? Good Question.
GOP Looks To Block Cities' Sick Leave Policies, Wage IncreasesMinnesota Republicans are moving to block cities from implementing their own sick leave policies or minimum wage hikes.
Minn. Republicans Propose Limit For State Workers' SeveranceMinnesota Republicans are weighing changes to severance for state workers after Gov. Mark Dayton was criticized for sizeable payouts to three top appointees who resigned.
GOP Cools To $75M Wish To Expand PreschoolGov. Mark Dayton is asking for $75 million in his budget proposal to expand his prized early education program.
Legislature Ties Up Deal On Health Insurance Relief PackageMinnesota lawmakers are closing in on a relief package to help more than 100,000 Minnesota residents cover health insurance costs.
Republicans Consider Killing Failing Renewable Energy FundRepublican state lawmakers are considering killing a solar incentive and taking control of an energy fund they say has little oversight.

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