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The state of Minnesota is potentially out more than $130 million this budget cycle after losing a court battle that will greatly limit the state's ability to collect taxes on trust accounts in other states.
Productions around special events no longer eligible for subsidies.
The role of the big corporate sector in DFL politics — and vice versa — is an interesting phenomenon of both political and business life here.
Ellison says the case is without merit
Former medical director said the agency was making too many decisions without doctor input.
Monday's announcement ends a period of turmoil in the top ranks of the agency, which serves more than 1 million Minnesotans with the help of roughly 7,300 workers.
Direct funding of nonprofits calls DEED's opportunity-gap results into question.
The trend line doesn't look good for the sometimes cantankerous but often amusing chairman of the House Agriculture Committee.
More than $700,000 poured in from unions and corporate donors.
It's not clear what the solution is.