Rep. Angie Craig's Insulin Cost Cap Bill Moving Through CongressThis week the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill limiting the out of pocket costs for insulin to $35 a month.
Can Minnesota Legislature Compromise On Paid Leave?Only 23% of Americans have access to paid family leave through their employer. But now in the Minnesota Legislature, there is a push by both parties to adopt some type of leave proposal.
Congress Split Over How U.S. Should Help UkraineThe war in Ukraine continues with more civilian casualties. In Congress there is a debate over whether the U.S. is doing enough to help.
How Do Lawmakers Plan To Fix Rising Gas Prices?With the war in Ukraine escalating, gas prices are only expected to continue rising. The crisis is generating some specific proposals to help consumers.
Talking Points: 'Bigorexia' Affecting Teen Boys And Adult MenMinnesota joined seven other states in announcing an investigation of TikTok. For both girls and boys, the platform can encourage beauty and body standards that are unrealistic.
Could A Sports Betting Bill Finally Pass In MN This Year?Every single one of Minnesota's neighboring states has sports gambling and this could be the year Minnesota approves it, too.
Minnesota Lawmakers Split On Policing MeasuresAmidst a rise in violent crime and the shooting death of Amir Locke, crime bills and policing measures are taking center stage at the capitol.
How Does Minneapolis Move Forward?The events of the last few weeks have revived the effort to replace the Minneapolis Police Department.
'These Are Dangerous': Walz Scrutinizes No-Knock Warrants After Amir Locke KillingGov. Tim Walz says a statewide review of the use of no-knock warrants is something he supports.
Legislative Leaders Hope To Hash Out 'Hero Pay' As Session BeginsFor months, the legislature and the governor have been locked in a showdown over hero pay for front-line workers in the pandemic. With the Minnesota legislative session starting Monday, the debate will heat up again.
Opening Statements Start Monday In Federal Trial Of Ex-Officers Involved In George Floyd's DeathWhile the federal court is not releasing demographic information about the jurors like the state court did during Derek Chauvin's trial, we know there are some big differences in the jury pool for the civil rights trial of the other officers.