Minnesota Court Of Appeals Rejects 2 Major Permits For PolyMet MineThe Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday rejected two of the most important permits for the planned PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, giving a major victory to environmentalists.
Court Of Appeals Strikes Down Minnesota’s Revenge Porn LawThe court ruled that the state law was such a broad violation of First Amendment free-speech rights that it couldn’t be fixed by a ruling limiting its scope.
Minnesota Court Rules Against Planned Power Plant In WisconsinThe Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday ordered state regulators to reconsider whether an environmental review is necessary for a proposed natural gas-fired power plant that would be built by Minnesota and Wisconsin utilities.
Appeals Court Strikes Down Minnesota's Phone Stalking LawThe Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled that a state law that makes it a crime to stalk someone by telephone is unconstitutional because it's too broad.
PolyMet Opponents To Appeals Court: Overturn Mine PermitsThe Minnesota Court of Appeals is deciding whether to grant requests by opponents of the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine to cancel two of its most important permits and order further proceedings.
Minnesota Court Of Appeals Weighs Challenges To PolyMet MineThe Minnesota Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Wednesday on challenges by environmentalists and the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa to the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
Walz Names Segal, Bryan To Minnesota Court Of AppealsGov. Tim Walz has appointed Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal and Ramsey County District Judge Jeffrey Bryan to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Minnesota Appeals Court Blocks Key Permit For PolyMet MineA state appeals court has blocked a key permit for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
Appeals Court Grants Child Abuser's Release From ProgramA Minnesota appeals court has upheld a decision to discharge a repeat child molester from the state's sex offender program.
Minn. School Of Business, Globe Ordered To Repay Illegal LoansThousands of former students of The Minnesota School of Business or Globe University could have their loans repaid. The state Court of Appeals says the high interest loans were illegal.
MN Supreme Court Upholds Audit LawThe legal saga began after the Legislature passed a law allowing more counties to hire private firms for annual financial audits.