Recent content from Lori Sturdevant
The rejection of a constitutional amendment in 2012 should have been persuasive to proponents of this bad idea, but it wasn't.
He'll need broad support in order to lead effectively, and in November 2022.
Recent trends toward partisan allegiance work against good government. Thankfully, some ticket-splitters remain with us.
When word came that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died, one name popped out of my mental source file: retired Minnesota Supreme Court…
NONFICTION: A former legislator shares the compelling story of her son's schizophrenia.
Yet the Republican-led state Senate isn't taking the threat seriously.
Even if unprecedented numbers stay home while doing it.
The failure to pass the bonding bill is painful.
The demography of our city and state, and how it's changed, can bring some insight to the big question many of us are asking.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the usual way of rebalancing budgets will put our colleges and universities at risk.