Dayton Introduces Legislation To Fight Elder AbuseGovernor Mark Dayton is taking action to help protect Minnesota seniors.
New Gun Laws Getting Some Bipartisan Support At CapitolNew gun laws were introduced at the Minnesota State Capitol Monday morning, and there is some bipartisan support.
Liebling Ending Governor Campaign, 3 DFL Candidates LeftLongtime Democratic state Rep. Tina Liebling is ending her campaign for governor.
Republican Lawmakers Introduce Amendment To Downsize LegislatureA pair of Minnesota lawmakers thinks the Legislature is too large. They want to see if voters agree.
Lawmakers Look To Raise Smoking Age To 21 StatewideMinnesota lawmakers are looking to ride the momentum of cities raising their tobacco sales age by proposing a statewide increase to 21.
Proposed Bill Would Ax Statute Of Limitations For Sexually Violent CrimesAt the Capitol Thursday morning, a proposal for new legislation is finding support through the #MeToo movement.
Lawmakers Want Say In 3M Settlement DollarsRepublican lawmakers are questioning the structure of a multi-million dollar settlement between the state of Minnesota and 3M Co.
GOP Mum On Whether They'll Pay For MNLARS FixesHouse Speaker Kurt Daudt called on the Dayton administration Wednesday to take accountability for the project's botched launch.
Surplus Or Deficit? Minnesota Lawmakers Will Soon LearnMinnesota lawmakers are about to learn how much of a budget surplus they'll have this year or if they'll need to solve a deficit.
Gov. Dayton Signs Legislative Budget Into LawThe governor's office announced the signing Monday night. The House and Senate approved a bill to restore the $130 million in funding last week.
'Moms Demand Action' Pushing Lawmakers For Tougher Gun LawsLocal gun control advocates say they are seeing interest in passing tough new gun laws in Minnesota after the Florida school shooting.
House, Senate Aim For Swift Approval Of Vetoed FundsLawmakers were set to vote later Thursday on the House and Senate's nearly $130 million operating budget.