House GOP Revives Push To Crack Down On Highway ProtestsLawmakers are clashing over a renewed attempt to increase penalties for protesting that blocks traffic, transit lines or at airports.
Bill Would Ban Handheld Cell Phones While Driving, Including GPSAt least 70 people die on Minnesota roads every year from distracted driving.
Minnesota Has $19M Invested In Firearms ManufacturersThe State of Minnesota has invested $19.2 million into securities of companies that manufacture or sell firearms and ammunition.
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.
GOP Lawmakers Seek To Dismantle Minnesota's IT AgencyRepublicans who control the Legislature are charting major changes to how the state handles information technology.
Reality Check: The Impact Of Sunday Liquor SalesSunday beer runs were made legal last summer for the first time in state history. So how's it been going so far?
Dayton Debuts Measure Aimed At Making Minn. Schools SaferGov. Mark Dayton is ready to lay out his plan to fund safety and security improvements in schools across Minnesota.
Report: State's Neglect Of Elder Abuse Cases 'Deep And Pervasive'A scathing report was released Tuesday about a state agency charged with investigating elder abuse in Minnesota.
Minn. Legislators Consider School Safety Funding After Parkland ShootingIn Minnesota, Republicans are proposing an idea that would use money districts already have to improve student safety, but Democrats say that's not enough.
Gun Control Bills Stall Out At CapitolDemocratic lawmakers and proponents of stronger gun laws say their efforts aren't over.
Reality Check: Gun Deaths In MinnesotaGun control advocates say more Minnesotans are dying from gun violence than opioid use or car crashes, but is that true?
Forecast: Minnesota Has $329M Budget SurplusSome good news for Minnesota: There's an unexpected budget surplus.