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The contrasting scenes with Minnesota senators approving a stopgap bill and Gov. Tim Walz addressing teachers reflected the strains after a week of closed-door budget talks.
The lawsuit has become part of the political fight over proposed fees on makers of opioid drugs.
Proposals fail to advance in surprise conference vote on public safety spending.
42 states and Puerto Rico allege that the collusion led to large price increases for 112 drugs, some of which soared more than 1,000% beginning in 2013.
Minnesota lawmakers are largely unified around the need to improve the way rape cases are investigated and prosecuted. But a proposal to eliminate the statute…
Changes to sex assault statutes advance in Senate, while statute of limitations bill prompts emotional testimony.
Minnesota's first lady will convene talk at screening of PBS documentary.
Believed to be the first woman to serve on the commission after having served time behind bars, Tonja Honsey brings a wealth of experience helping mothers and pregnant inmates in the years since her return to society.
Commissioner concerned ruling will hinder future efforts to rename waters.
After the Senate's 66-0 vote, Gov. Tim Walz could sign the repeal later this week, striking Minnesota from the ledger of states that still have loopholes that make it difficult under certain circumstances to prosecute men for sexual assault.