The Fight To Keep Voting Information PrivateThe countdown to the March 3 presidential primary is 33 days away.
Minnesota Lawmakers Say Student Information Needs ProtectionLawmakers and data privacy advocates say the digital age means students' private information needs protecting. A group of legislators announced their plans Wednesday to push measures this year protecting data on school-issued iPads and laptops.
Dayton, GOP Clash Over Driver's License Upgrade TimelineGov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans are clashing over how quickly to handle a dispute with the federal government over driver's licenses, complicating a key issue in a possible special session and potentially sowing further doubt about state residents' ability to board domestic flights.
Dayton Says Legislature Needs To Act Soon On ID UpgradesGov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans are clashing over how quickly to handle a dispute with the federal government over driver's licenses that could spell trouble for air travelers.
Gov. Dayton Uses Personal Email For WorkMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has never used a state government email account provided to all state employees. He uses only one address -- a personal account on AOL.com. In fact, it's the same AOL account he set up 15 years ago.
Email Mishap Has MNsure Under Scrutiny…AgainMNsure is under fire, again. This time it’s because of an employee accidentally sent out an email containing the personal information of thousands of Minnesotans.
Minn. Lawmaker Who Got Retroactive Pay To Take CutOne of the 18 Minnesota House members who got full retroactive pay after the state's government shutdown is now planning to take a cut in a future paycheck, while two others say they already donated the money without publicizing their charity.