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Greater MSP's efforts benefit St. Paul

Greater MSP CEO Michael Langley, left, enjoys the support of St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, right, who has stated he would fight efforts to defund Greater MSP.

Concerns about job creation shouldn't erode support for regionalism.

How much is 'Green Bling' costing your town or city?

Terry Klapperick, the HVAC specialist for the city of Edina, showed how the new solar panels function on top of the City Hall building.

Edina's expensive foray into feel-good environmental projects is a case in point.

Trump — a flow chart

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The message of the Women's Marches, articulated
Lori Sturdevant

For that, let's turn to the leader of St. Catherine University.

Rash Report: Europe on alert for Kremlin's election meddling
John Rash

Consequential elections amid an "information war" and "amplification vortex."

DeVos didn't stand a chance with Democrats at hearing

But many Americans want education reform, school choice.

Even without Trump, there can be progress on climate change

States and cities, as well as other countries, should press forward.

Sack cartoon: Trump — a flow chart

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A roundup of reactions to the inauguration

Enter Trump.

For President Trump, a missed opportunity to unify

His 'America First' movement must include all Americans.

The Gospel of Winning: Trump's philosophy, and its policy implications

Brand yourself the best, and you will be, Trump believes. He wants Americans to believe it, too.

Readers Write (Jan. 22): Cancer, Obama's legacy, race relations, conflicts of interest

Heed the mind-body connection.

Minnesota can't afford a U.S. retreat on trade

In 2015 alone, state companies exported $20 billion in goods worldwide.

The message of the Women's Marches, articulated

For that, let's turn to the leader of St. Catherine University.

Business, civic leader Richard Davis earned Minnesota's thanks

He's given much to the state while running U.S. Bancorp.

Education in Minnesota badly needs innovation

The question is : When will legislators realize that one size does not fit all?

Readers Write (Jan. 23): Freeway protests, the concentration of wealth, the human diet, alternate lake names, light rail

A letter writer's inapt comparison.