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Several Republican legislators repeated their call to split up the massive agency.
The state on Friday announced $10.5 million in grants for employment service providers.
The Estates at St. Louis Park has been cited nearly 50 times in recent years for violating federal health standards
There are several ways to learn more about such sites in Minnesota.
She testifies a week after the Office of the Legislative Auditor released a critique of the agency.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services failed to provide adequate oversight while awarding tens of millions of dollars of grants to support the homeless and others in need of housing assistance, according to a report.
Guardians have broad immunity from claims of negligence, an appellate panel ruled.
Hundreds of Minnesotans with physical and mental disabilities are experiencing prolonged waits for crucial social services because county governments are failing to keep pace with a surge in demand amid a workforce shortage.
Each day, Minnesota judges and prosecutors make life-altering decisions about children who break the law. Most kids end up entangled in the county court system, but some youth are offered an alternative, known as diversion. A child's future can hinge on the path that is chosen.
More than 11,300 medications have been stolen from residents in the past eight years, study reveals