Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday blamed the House GOP for a lack of agreement on universal preschool; GOP leaders say they compromised on school funds, early-learning programs
Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt endorsed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for president Thursday, and will be state chairman of his campaign.
Six of the state's nursing homes have lost more than 50 residents to the coronavirus.
The University of Virginia's Center for Politics, a leading political handicapper, says Klobuchar has fallen out of the Top 10.
The benefit will help alleviate hunger among poor children in the summer months.
Advocates have voiced alarms that restrictions are being taken too far.
The practice is drawing strong opposition that such transfers endanger residents of senior homes that are understaffed and ill-equipped to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Minnesota lawmakers failed to reach agreement on a major construction package, tax relief and spending on economic aid during the COVID-19 pandemic as an end-of-session deadline passed Sunday night.
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The state representative died this month of cancer.
Mark Dayton's waterway conservation idea is in limbo following the governor's veto on Saturday.
The money was in the Legacy bill that the Legislature didn't pass.
Citing urgent public health concerns, Metro Transit authorities are moving to contain the spread of a large and growing homeless encampment near the light-rail line in south Minneapolis.
The death toll at the facility — the site of the state's deadliest outbreak since the pandemic began — has more than quadrupled in the past two weeks. State health officials identified multiple lapses of infection-control standards.
Nearly 380,000 low-income Minnesotans will be able to buy groceries online.
About 540 homeless adults with underlying health problems who have been moved out of shelters and into four Twin Cities-area hotels.
They will face off with Democratic U.S. Reps. Angie Craig and Collin Peterson.