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After a seven week work stoppage, interpreters say it's time to collaborate with the judiciary in seeking more compensation.
Russian-Americans in Minnesota are trying to channel anger over Putin's Russia into a letter-writing campaign to political prisoners there.
Without work permits, the new arrivals hustle for work even as Minnesota's official labor market faces a shortage.
Mohamed and Olena Khuder last year resettled in Minnesota from Ukraine.
State Sen. Ron Latz plans to hold a legislative hearing.
The state ranks fifth in places asylum-seeking migrants went after landing in New York City.
Certified interpreters threatened to stop work on Monday.
The interpreters sent a letter to State Court Administrator Jeff Shorba saying that a new compensation policy is "entirely unacceptable."
More than 1,500 resettled in the Gopher State in the 2023 fiscal year, almost triple the amount from 2022.
The Park Board says it's still seeking money for people whose trees were removed before 2022.