Minn. Supreme Court: Warrantless Blood & Urine Tests UnconstitutionalThe Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a Minnesota Court of Appeals decision that a blood or urine test administered without a warrant is unconstitutional.
First Native American Woman Takes Seat On Minn. Supreme CourtAnne McKeig has taken her spot on the Minnesota Supreme Court, becoming the first American Indian judge on the state's highest court.
Minnesota Supreme Court Dismisses DFL Lawsuit To Take Trump Off BallotThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Monday rejected an effort by Democrats to strip Donald Trump's name from the November ballot.
MN Supreme Court Reverses Mpls. Minimum Wage Judgement, Won't Be On BallotThe Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed the judgement of a Hennepin County District judge, who ruled that the $15 minimum wage measure should go to a city-wide vote in November.
Group Calls For Mpls. To Drop Appeal Against Minimum Wage CaseA group of Minneapolis residents are asking the city of Minneapolis to drop an appeal to keep minimum wage off the Nov. 8 ballot.
Minnesota Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Wage Ballot QuestionThe Minnesota Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday about whether a $15 minimum wage question should be on the city of Minneapolis ballot in November.
4 Things To Know: Mpls. Minimum Wage, Gene Wilder, Tim Tebow & MoreFrom the Minneapolis minimum wage vote heading to the Minnesota Supreme Court to the death of Gene Wilder, here is a look at the top four stories from Aug. 30, 2016.
Minn. Supreme Court To Hear $15 Minimum Wage AppealThe decision on whether to put the minimum wage of the city of Minneapolis on the ballot will be heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Dayton Appoints 1st American Indian To Sit On MN Supreme CourtMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Anne McKeig to the Minnesota Supreme Court Tuesday.
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Drivers' Rights In DWI ArrestThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a Minnesota case concerning DWI arrests and drivers' rights Wednesday.
Supreme Court Orders New Trial For Man Convicted In Farm KillingThe Minnesota Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a man convicted of aiding in a murder committed by his father on a Kandiyohi County farm.
Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Christopher Dietzen ResignsMinnesota Supreme Court Justice Christopher Dietzen is resigning at the end of August, which gives Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton the opportunity to appoint a majority on the seven-member court.

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