$1.5 Billion Public Works Bill Fails In Senate Senate Democrats' plan to borrow $1.5 billion for public construction projects has hit a snag. Minneapolis Close To Implementing Paid Sick Leave Minneapolis is one step closer to implementing a paid sick leave policy. Right now, it's estimated more than 100,000 people working in the city don't get paid sick time.
Minnesota Republican Leaders Not Rushing to Embrace Donald Trump Gov. Walker Approves Rule To Drug Test People On Unemployment Senate Approves Ban On Gun-Like Cell Phone Cases Battle Over Bonding Bill Brewing At The Capitol Kasich To End Run For White House, Clearing Way For Trump Trump To Be Keynote Speaker At North Dakota Oil Expo in Bismark Globe University, Minn. AG Rest Cases In Fraud Trial AFA Says It’s Sending Men Into Target Women’s Bathrooms Gabby Giffords Returns To MN Calling For Gun Control Mpls. Workers Demand Paid Sick Leave Ahead Of Council Meeting
Minneapolis Community Holds Rally For Suspended Inspector Members of the community there wanted to show support for an inspector who was recently suspended. Getting A Sneak Peek At Comic Con We couldn't resist heading to the Minneapolis Convention Center on Thursday to get a sneak peak of Comic Con.
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