Rally Held For Attendants Who Help People With DisabilitiesA rally was held Tuesday at the State Capitol for people who help those with disabilities.
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.
'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.
Relatives Of Elder Abuse Victims Give Powerful Testimony At Capitol HearingDozens of families demanded action at the State Capitol Wednesday after their loved ones were abused in Minnesota senior care facilities.
Dayton Eyes March 14 For State Of The State AddressMark Dayton sent a letter to House Speaker Kurt Daudt Thursday requesting a March 14 date for his speech.
New Bipartisan Effort To Fight Harassment At State CapitolLawmakers from both sides of the aisle came together to outline the changes they would like to see happen when it comes to investigations.
Lobbyist Comes Forward, Says Cornish Harassed HerA Minnesota lobbyist went public Tuesday night with allegations that she was sexually harassed by Rep. Tony Cornish.
Reporter Who Broke State Capitol Harassment Story Says 'More Stories Will Come Out'The reporter who first broke the sexual harassment story rocking the State Capitol is speaking out.
Thousands Sign Petition To Replace Columbus Statue With Prince Thousands of people have signed a petition to take down a statue of Christopher Columbus at the Minnesota State Capitol and replace it with one of Prince.
State Capitol Memorials Face Scrutiny Due To Questionable ContentThe State of Minnesota does not have monuments to the Confederacy, but that does not mean its statues and memorials are without controversy.

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