Lawmakers Return To St. Paul For 3-Month SessionLawmakers were returning Tuesday to the Minnesota Capitol to begin the legislative session, facing a lengthy agenda along with some doubt that they'd get to it all.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Lawsuits Loom As Legislative Session Starts Next WeekMinnesota's legislative leaders are heading back to the Capitol and promise they've put months of contentious legal battles behind them.
Fischbach Case Will Go To Supreme Court, Political Expert Believes"It's going to be a very bumpy ride ... the ingredients for a highly contentious session are there," Hamline professor David Schultz said.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over Fischbach's Dual RolesA judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging whether Republican Michelle Fischbach can serve as both Minnesota's lieutenant governor and as a state senator.
Political Showdown Over Lt. Gov. Position Goes Before JudgeWith just 2 weeks to go until the start of the new legislative session, a political showdown continues.
Lt. Governor Files Response To Dual Role Legal ChallengeMinnesota's new lieutenant governor has formally responded to a lawsuit which argues that it's unconstitutional for her to also hold her seat in the state Senate.
Lt. Gov. Fischbach Sued For Refusing To Give Up Senate SeatMinnesota's new Republican lieutenant governor is being sued for trying to keep her seat in the state Senate.