Secretary Of State Steve Simon Calls For 'Investing In Democracy'Minnesota's Secretary of State laid out his plans for 2019 on Thursday. Steve Simon announced his "Investing in Democracy" agenda at the State Capitol.
Good Question: What Second Language Should Our Children Learn?Language immersion programs have been growing in Minnesota as more and more parents want their kids to learn another language. There were fewer than 30 programs in the state just ten years ago, and now there are more than 70.
MN Farmers Brace For Russian Food BanMinnesota farmers are bracing after Russia imposed a U.S. food ban in reaction to sanctions. Exports are important for Minnesota farmers, who grow more food than they can use. The ban, which is now in effect, means even more surplus food and lost revenue.
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Klobuchar Pushes To Process Russian Adoptions Before BanMinnesota families impacted by a new Russian law banning Americans from adopting Russian children are getting help from the state's senior Senator.
Talk Of Russian Adoption Ban Straining Minn. Family’s Hopes For years, Minnesota families have opened their hearts and homes to hundreds of orphans from Russia.
Russian Adoption Debate Brings Anxious Memories For Minn. Couple The effort by Russia's parliament to ban Americans from adopting Russian children brings back anxious memories for a Twin Cities couple.
Timberwolves Sign Russian Guard Alexey ShvedThe Minnesota Timberwolves announced Wednesday they have signed Russian guard Alexey Shved to a contract.
Russian Kettle Bells Now Popular Exercise Option In USOriginated in Russia, kettle bells were used to train soldiers in the fields. In 2000, the exercise came over to United States and took off.
Russian Adoptive Moms Travel To Russia for AnswersA group of Minnesota mothers went all the way to Russia to seek answers on the struggles their adopted children face.