Report: State Buildings, Fleets Making Progress Toward Sustainability GoalsA new Enterprise Sustainability report shows Minnesota is more than halfway to reaching its goal toward reducing 30 percent of its greenhouse gas emissions from state buildings and fleets by 2027. The sustainability goals were set by Gov. Mark Dayton in 2017.
Minnesota Lawmakers Want Your Opinion On Art In The State CapitolThe group that oversees the three-year Capitol restoration is asking Minnesotans to take an online survey that raises the possibility of significant changes not just to the art on display that some consider offensive, but also installing more modern art that reflects Minnesota today.
Should Art In The State Capitol Be Saved, Shelved or Created New?The group that oversees the three-year Capitol restoration is asking Minnesotans to take an online survey that raises the possibility of significant changes not just to the art on display that some consider offensive, but also installing more modern art that reflects Minnesota today.
Senate Republicans Question Need To Move Into New Office BuildingJust weeks before the new Minnesota Senate Office Building is scheduled to open, some senators may not want to move in. The $90-million structure behind the State Capitol will be ready in January for all 67 senators to move into new offices, but not everyone is happy about it.
Wis. Finished Fiscal Year With $135.6 Million SurplusGovernor Scott Walker's administration says the state finished the last fiscal year with a $135 million surplus.
Republicans Slammed For $10,000 Capitol DoorThe massive 3-year, $300-million restoration of the Minnesota State Capitol is about halfway complete.
Minnesota Capitol Closed After Suspicious Packages FoundConstruction crews have been cleared from the Minnesota Capitol building after workers found two suspicious packages.
Get Ready For Disarray At Minnesota CapitolThe massive renovation hiding the graceful lines of Minnesota's Capitol in protective wrap and bristling scaffolding has left the inside even more unrecognizable and uninviting as the Legislature prepares to spring back into action.
Minn. Restarts Process For Legislative BuildingA proposed Minnesota legislative office building that is being constructed on a tight timeline is headed back to the drawing board. The Department of Administration said Monday it was canceling a previous selection process for picking a team to build it.
Panel Urges More Guards At Minn. Capitol ComplexAn advisory task force has forwarded proposed legislation to Minnesota lawmakers that would dramatically expand the Capitol complex security force.
Major Spruce-Up Ahead For Minn. Governor's MansionMinnesota officials are pushing ahead with a publicly financed $2.6 million renovation of the 100-year-old Governor's Residence, making what they say are overdue fixes to a historically significant property worth about as much as the restoration will cost.