Minnesota State Capitol Board Meets To Discuss Art Removal PoliciesWhat should happen to pieces of controversial or inaccurate public art?
Legislature Adjourns Special Session, But Issues Remain UnsolvedWhat appeared to be a possible compromise on police accountability and COVID-19 funds fell apart in early hours of Saturday morning as the Minnesota legislature voted to adjourn the special session.
Coronavirus Updates: Lt. Gov. Flanagan, Sen. Smith Question COVID-19 Relief Funds For Alaska Native CorporationsTop Democrat leaders in Minnesota are questioning the Trump administration’s apparent move to send a portion of the $8 billion CARES Act relief funding, intended for tribal governments, to for-profit Alaska Native corporations.
Coronavirus In MN: Lt. Gov. Flanagan Says Her Brother Died From COVID-19 In TennesseeMinnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan says the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic now has a personal connection to her.
White Earth Activist, Father Of Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, Dies At Age 72Flanagan said her father was a strong and consistent presence in advocating for Native sovereignty and self-determination.
The Dakota 38: Mankato Marks 157th Anniversary Of Largest Mass Execution In US HistoryThis still stands as the largest mass execution in U.S. history.
Gov. Walz Uses Holidays To Call Attention To Food Stamp CutsMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan are using the holiday season to call attention to a Trump administration plan to cut hundreds of thousands of Americans from the federal food stamp program.
‘Shelters Save Lives’: Gov. Walz, Lt. Gov. Flanagan Announce Winter Homeless InitiativeStressing the dangers of winter cold on the homeless, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan have announced the launch of a winter homeless initiative aimed at bringing Minnesotans without shelter inside.
Smith, Flanagan Call To Reactivate Violence Against Women Act, Focus On Reducing Violence Against Indigenous WomenLt. Governor Peggy Flanagan joined Senator Tina Smith as she called for the reactivation of the Violence Against Women Act in Congress. 
Data On Minnesota Child Well-Being Shows Improvement, But Achievement Gaps RemainState child advocates have released new data on the well-being of Minnesota's children. The data showed some improvements, such as a drop in poverty. But an achievement gap persists.
'It Is Completely Outrageous': Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan Says Redskins Team Name Is Racist"The term comes from the scalps ... where people were essentially paid a bounty in cash for the scalps of Native American men, women and children," Flanagan said.