Just so there is no confusion, the federal health care law Republicans call Obamacare has not been repealed. But judging from emails sent to Pat Kessler, some thought it was, because of Minnesota GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s TV ad.
With the session officially ending on Monday, state lawmakers have been debating for the last 16 hours trying to wrap up some of the most contested issues this year.
On Monday, the Minnesota Senate is expected to vote to legalize gay marriage. And Gov. Mark Dayton has already said he will sign the measure into law.
More than 1,000 people showed up at the state Capitol and some showed up as early as 7:30 a.m.
Gun control advocates said Friday that Democrats at the Minnesota Legislature are showing a “lack of courage” by shelving a vote on tougher gun laws.
A former state representative says she has always regretted her vote for a constitutional amendment that would have limited marriage to one man and one woman.
Thousands of Minnesota’s personal care attendants are asking state lawmakers to allow them to vote on a union.
Employees with Metro Transit will vote on a new deal on Monday in an effort to avoid a work stoppage.
The House will miss the midnight Monday deadline lawmakers set for voting to avoid the “fiscal cliff.”
If you’re still looking for a reason to decide on which candidate to vote for, think about Obamacare and the fact that one report after another clearly shows that it’s going to cost the nation much, much more than originally stated by President Obama and his administration.
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The same-sex marriage debate heated up with the presidential candidates. It also stirred up emotions here in Minnesota.
President Barack Obama made history Wednesday by becoming the first President to support marriage equality for same-sex couples during an interview with Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts.
Among the more controversial statements on the stadium all week was one made by House Speaker Kurt Zellers on KFAN radio where he said he hoped the stadium bill passed but he planned to vote against it.
Minnesota Vikings stadium enthusiasts are calling Monday’s vote “Game Day For Jobs.”