Coronavirus In Minnesota: Uncertainty About Jury Trials Lingers Due To COVID-19Right now, some court hearings are happening virtually, but that won't be an option when jury trials resume.
Minnesota Supreme Court Rules Some Voter Data PrivateMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison calls the ruling “a big win for Minnesota voters’ privacy.”
Supreme Court Upholds Winona County's Silica Sand Mining BanThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld Winona County's ban on the mining and processing of silica sand, which is used in the oil and gas industry for hydraulic fracturing.
Minnesota DNR Appeals Court Ruling Against PolyMet Copper-Nickel MineThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Wednesday asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that rejected some of the most important permits for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme CourtPolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
Minnesota High Court Allows Trump-Only GOP Primary BallotMinnesota law gives major parties the power to decide who they’ll list and who they won’t on presidential primary ballots.
MN Supreme Court Upholds Conviction Of Man Who Shot & Killed St. Paul Law ClerkThe Minnesota Supreme Court has released its opinion on an appeal made by Ryan David Petersen, who was convicted of first- and second-degree murder for gunning down a St. Paul law clerk in 2016.
Court Rejects Minnesota's Renewal Of U.S. Steel Mine PermitThe ruling came in a consolidated set of appeals by U.S. Steel and mine critics.
Minnesota Supreme Court Rejects Line 3 Pipeline ChallengesThe Minnesota Supreme Court has declined to take up challenges by tribal and conservation groups to the environmental review of Enbridge Energy's proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
MN Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Defamed H.S. CoachesParents who defame public high school coaches can now face a lawsuit if they go too far, according to a landmark ruling issued by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Court Upholds Minnesota Mining Rules In Win For PolyMetA state appeals court has dealt a setback to environmentalists who challenged Minnesota's rules on hard-rock mining.