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.
Harassment Allegations Changing Political Landscape In MinnesotaAs Sen. Al Franken tries to regain trust, two state lawmakers are stepping down following accusations of their own.
Dayton: Schoen, Cornish Resignations 'Important First Steps'Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Wednesday welcomed the imminent resignations of two male lawmakers accused of repeated sexual harassment as an important first step to cleaning up misconduct in state politics.
‘No More Silence’: Sexual Harassment Protest Held At CapitolDemonstrators took a stand against sexual harassment Friday at the Minnesota State Capitol.
'Atrocities': Dayton Speaks Out On Capitol Harassment AllegationsAs sexual harassment allegations continue to mount at the State Capitol, Gov. Mark Dayton spoke out for the first time on camera since stories surfaced last week.
Following Harassment Allegations, Changes Coming To State LegislatureLeaders of the state Legislature promise changes after multiple women came forward accusing some lawmakers of sexual harassment.
'Extremely Troubling': GOP Rep. Tony Cornish Accused Of Sexual HarassmentMinnesota's House speaker has suspended the committee chairmanship of state Rep. Tony Cornish after two women accused him of sexual harassment.
DFL Senator, GOP Rep. Face Harassment AllegationsTwo Minnesota politicians are facing sexual harassment allegations.
Lawmaker Posts Image Supporting Officer In Castile ShootingA Republican state representative from southern Minnesota posted on his Facebook page an image of himself and two others wearing T-shirts in support Jeronimo Yanez, the St. Anthony officer who fatally shot Philando Castile earlier this month.
Minnesota State Rep. Pens Controversial Letter About Police Use Of ForceThe head of the Minneapolis NAACP is reacting strongly to a letter to the editor from a powerful Republican lawmaker.
Gun Safety Bill Would Expand Background Checks In MinnesotaGun safety supporters took a big step at the State Capitol today. They introduced a bill to require comprehensive background checks for most gun transfers.
Top Lawmaker Says Jamar Clark Should Have Been In Jail On Nov. 15A leading state lawmaker and a criminal defense attorney say Jamar Clark should have been in jail on Nov. 15, the day he was shot and killed by Minneapolis police.

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