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With four months until Election Day, suburban women find themselves again a pivotal campaign demographic and a focus in key Midwestern states.
Days after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana abortion law, Minnesota Senate Republicans moved to get involved in a legal battle over the state's measures on abortion access.
A 2019 law was supposed to provide $20 million, but many programs have been shut out.
As the Senate launches its inquiry, the partisan divide over the political and policy response to George Floyd's death is growing at the State Capitol.
Any eligible Minnesotan can now elect to vote early by mail or in person.
Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka said the hearings, set to begin July 1, will focus on the looting and fires that damaged or destroyed more than 1,000 structures across the Twin Cities. The June 10 toppling of a Christopher Columbus statue on the State Capitol grounds will also be subject to review.
The Minnesota Legislature was once a lonely place for state Rep. Rena Moran. After her election in 2010, the St. Paul Democrat was the only…
The socially distanced campaign season has arrived. As Minnesotans return to restaurants, gyms and theaters following months of coronavirus closures, some candidates are resuming in-person…
The swirl of rumors during the arson and looting illustrated how relaying accurate information is crucial for ensuring public trust and safety.
It's the latest in a series of cyberattacks targeting state and local computer systems.