Reality Check: New Citizens Council To Set Lawmaker PayState voters approved a constitutional amendment in November setting up a "Legislative Salary Council" to decide how much legislators should get paid.
Ellison Calls Farrakhan 'The Mistake In My Past'Minnesota Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison expressed regret today for his past association with Louis Farakhan and the Nation of Islam.
Ellison Rethinking If He’ll Have To Leave CongressThe 5th District congressman is considering whether to resign his seat in Congress.
Dayton: Media Is 'Sensationalizing' Reports Of Misused Luxury Suites At StadiumMinnesota Governor Mark Dayton says he's "concerned" about public officials using luxury suites at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Auditor Investigating Use Of 2 Luxury Suites At U.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota's legislative auditor says he’s opened an investigation into the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority’s control of two luxury suites at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Dayton, Lawmakers Battling Over Civil War Paintings Inside CapitolA public fight over art work at the newly-renovated State Capitol erupted into anger on Tuesday.
Wisconsin Preparing For Recount, But Don't Expect Change, Officials SayThe state of Wisconsin will begin a recount of its presidential vote on Thursday, but a top state elections official says he doubts the outcome will change.
Gov. Dayton To GOP: 'Quit Dilly-Dallying' On MNsureMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says time is running out to help tens of thousands of Minnesotans facing skyrocketing health care premiums on January 1.
Minnesota Turkey Industry Bouncing Back After Last Year's Bird Flu StrugglesMinnesota's turkey farming industry is roaring and ready for Thanksgiving.
Gun Owners Caucus Head: Philando 'Acted As A Responsible Permit Holder'Gun rights advocates say Philando Castile did what permit holders are supposed to do during his fatal encounter with police.
Nekima Levy-Pounds To Run For Mpls. MayorCivil rights activist Nekima Levy-Pounds is running for mayor of Minneapolis.
Hundreds Rally In St. Paul Against Dakota PipelineThe company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline is urging a federal court to speed up approval of its plan to lay pipe under a Missouri River reservoir, arguing Tuesday that further delays could add millions of dollars each month to the cost.

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