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The Minnesota Legislative Commission on Affordable Housing got a jump-start on considering ways to tackle housing issues in the 2022 session.
Farmers say aid could help keep people afloat, and time is of the essence.
Attempts to reach a deal after George Floyd's killing by an officer fell apart.
Cities rely on a full resident count for government funding, planning.
For Jeremy Miller, being Senate leader is the latest in a long list of job titles.
A group of lawmakers is deadlocked on who should receive "hero pay."
Many names have been floated as potential candidates, but few senators have formally announced whether they are running.
A key GOP legislator is among those raising vaccine concerns. More than 1 million adults statewide remain unvaccinated.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka announced he is stepping down from his leadership post as he contemplates a run for governor, telling his GOP caucus he wants to "pursue the next chapter."
It may be too early to know if the FDA's blessing will convince the vaccine hesitant that the shots are safe and effective.