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Minnesota senators sharply questioned federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch during Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings, grilling him on whether he'd be protect the interests of ordinary people over corporations.
As the House prepares to vote on repealing the Affordable Care Act, here's what Minnesota's federal representatives have been saying about the bill.
Budget targets released Monday include $1.35 billion in tax cuts or credits.
Other business groups like realtors, electric utility Xcel Energy Services, private colleges, tobacco giant Altria, Polymet Mining, health insurers and hospitals contributed to the overall total of $57.7 million to lobby the Legislature, the administration of Gov. Mark Dayton and Metro municipal governments.
Black community leaders and activists are lobbying legislators on a range of bills related to education, jobs and urban agriculture.
Gov. Mark Dayton joined other prominent Minnesotans in filling out a March Madness basketball bracket.
A GOP lawmakers' bill would let insurance companies offer plans that don't cover a variety of health conditions.
Dayton warns rural Minnesota would be among the worst off under GOP health-care plan introduced in Congress.
Gov. Mark Dayton warned GOP leaders to avoid tucking policy plans into budget proposals.
WASHINGTON – A week before the confirmation hearing of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, Sen. Amy Klobuchar delivered a speech at the Center for American Progress saying it was "more than important" to press him on his views of court decisions that made it harder to pursue antitrust cases.
The state collected more than $1 billion in taxes last month, about 3 percent more than budget officials had projected.
Sen. Al Franken met this afternoon with Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, less than two weeks before what is expected to be a contentious hearing before the Judiciary Committee where Franken is a member.
Sen. Klobuchar: If AG Sessions lied, he must resign
A group of current and former DFL legislators say the party's campaign strategy "intentionally ignores many voters and offends others."
For DNC chair hopefuls, the race could be won by just a few votes
As part of a listening session, Trump met with manufacturing executives on Thursday and appears to have accepted an invitation to tour U.S. Steel's
A group of lawmakers, activists and law enforcement who pledged to reduce gun violence with measures like universal background checks held a news conference at the Capitol Thursday.
No regrets, he says.
The Senate Commerce Committee passed a bill that would allow liquor stores to be open on Sundays.
President Trump compliments Rep. Keith Ellison because he didn't downplay him