House Majority Leader Proposes Change For Sex Harassment CasesGOP House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin says it would likely result in more sexual harassment complaints being filed and called that a good thing.
Poll: Half Of Americans Say They'd Pay Higher Taxes To Give Teachers A RaiseAmericans overwhelmingly believe teachers don't make enough money, and half say they'd support paying higher taxes to give educators a raise.
GOP Tax Bill Includes Small Income Tax Rate CutConforming Minnesota's taxes to the recent federal tax overhaul is the central issue of the legislative session.
Pawlenty: I’ll Continue My Campaign, With Or Without Party EndorsementThe Minnesota Republican Party will endorse a candidate in June, but the primary isn't until August.
Hagedorn, Lewis Win GOP Endorsements; Dems Tap FeehanRepublicans in Minnesota's 1st District have backed Jim Hagedorn for the U.S. House seat being vacated by Democrat Tim Walz.
Marijuana Supporters Rally At State CapitolSupporters gathered at 4:20 p.m. Friday at the State Capitol for a Rally to Legalize event for marijuana.
Rep. Ryan Says He Has No Plans Beyond This YearRyan says he wants to "run through the tape" and "My plan is to come up with a plan in 2019."
Minn. House Looks To Revamp Harassment Rules In WorkplaceThe push to revamp the internal policies came after sexual misconduct allegations against two state lawmakers who resigned last year.
'I'm American': Where Trump's Travel Ban Hits HomeWhen Abdisalan Mohamed Jele brought his two young sons from Kenya to Minnesota, he thought his wife and new baby girl would follow two weeks later.
GOP, Dayton Battle Over Taxes As Legislative Session Nears EndRepublicans are claiming Governor Mark Dayton wants to raise taxes by more than $1 billion this year.
Fake Service Animal Punishment Bill Passes In Minn. SenateThe measure would make misrepresenting pets as trained service animals a petty misdemeanor, roughly the equivalent of a speeding ticket.
Reality Check: Syrian Refugees In MinnesotaThe flow of Syrian refugees to the United States has slowed to a trickle. And in Minnesota, it stopped.