Richard Painter’s first campaign ad places him in front of a literal dumpster fire to describe what he says is happening in Washington.
Minnesota had defended its law as a reasonable restriction that keeps order at polling places and prevents voter intimidation.
Minnesota companies will be hit with huge tariffs on products they export to Canada starting July 1.
The president cites national security for imposing a 25 percent tariff on Canadian steel, and 10 percent on aluminum. Canada is reciprocating, and Minnesota iron ore is a target.
Minnesota Democrats have a boisterous five-way contest for attorney general and won’t have a winner until the August primary. Meanwhile, Republicans want to recapture the attorney general’s office for the first time since 1971.
Minnesota’s endorsed Republican candidate for governor is calling for an end to refugee resettlement in Minnesota.
Just hours before the Tuesday deadline, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison filed to run for attorney general, leaving his seat in Congress up for grabs.
Several key election year positions are up for endorsement, including the coveted seat of Minnesota’s governor.
Pawlenty is not planning to attend the Republican party convention. He has said he’ll make his case to voters in the Aug. 14 primary instead.
Minnesota Republicans and Democrats hold conventions this weekend to pick candidates up and down the election ticket.
Governor Mark Dayton has signed the majority of this year’s bonding bill, despite having serious concerns over the amount of money it dedicates to certain projects.
The dust is settling after Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the biggest bills of the 2018 Legislative session: the tax and budget bills.
Gas prices are rising, and on Wednesday Democrats said it’s all President Donald Trump’s fault.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton vetoed the big tax bill of the year Thursday, setting the stage for a rocky end of the 2018 legislative session.
Thursday marks one year since the special counsel was appointed in the 2016 election investigation.
House Speaker Kurt Daudt says he hopes a possible veto comes quickly to give the Legislature time to craft a new bill.
Supporters of the bill told WCCO they were unhappy that the bill was not being brought up for debate.
By law, state lawmakers cannot meet past a certain date, which this year is May 21.
Time is running out on the 2018 legislative session, including a bill in response to concern over distracted driving.
Gov. Mark Dayton signed the law legalizing same-sex marriage in Minnesota on May 14, 2013.
It passed largely on party lines and over Democratic objections that it would chill free speech.
Minnesota lawmakers are headed home in two weeks, and some major pieces of legislation won’t make it out of the session.
The Minnesota House on Thursday approved a plan to build three new Veterans homes, but it’s running into opposition.
Nearly 200 migrants from the caravan at the U.S.-Mexican border are not trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
If lawmakers do nothing at Minnesota’s tax code, hundreds of thousands could face steep tax hikes