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In speeches, several women who serve at the Capitol who said they are frustrated by harassment and discrimination regularly encountered there.
The decision hands Gov. Dayton a legal victory as he seeks to rework costly tax breaks and other measures he signed into law this spring as part of a new state budget.
Dayton, state's top IT official say rollout of state's new vehicle licensing system has not gone as planned, inconvenienced Minnesotans.
Sen. Dan Schoen is facing renewed calls to resign after an employee of the state Senate reported that he sent her an unsolicited sexually explicit photograph.
Groups are challenging a state law about political apparel at polling places.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges mounted a re-election bid this year based on the same messages that had won over so many of the city's voters. But this time many of the same people who propelled Hodges into office voted to replace her. On Election Day, she became only the second Minneapolis mayor in 40 years to run for a second term and lose.
Amid a budget stalemate with the governor, Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka said the Senate will run out of money Dec 1.
A group called Better Angels is organizing the gatherings of Republicans and Democrats to talk, listen and find what they have in common.
A recent run of problems with the state's new vehicle licensing system is prompting new headaches during an already bumpy transition.
Republicans dispute his assertion that lawmakers have access to $45 million.