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The temporary fence went up on May 31 as a precaution to protect the Capitol following the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
As the state's top elected executive, and a face of the state's response to COVID-19, the governor and his record are an election-year issue in the 201 legislative races for control of the State Capitol.
Internal e-mails were released shortly before Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced the formation of two task forces to help guide decisions.
From puppies to free flu shots, organizers are getting creative.
Sen. Paul Gazelka alleged that the state Senate candidate had violated campaign law.
The passage marked the end of months of contentious negotiations over a measure supporters say will provide an infusion of cash and jobs into state and local economies. The measure also includes tax changes backed by Republicans.
George Floyd’s sister is urging Americans to vote, in a new television ad released by the Biden campaign Wednesday. In a 30-second video,…
Democratic leaders reject findings, call document fodder for election.
Legislators will convene in St. Paul again on Monday for a fifth special session.
The contest between U.S. Rep. Angie Craig and Republican Tyler Kistner had been delayed after the death of a pro-pot candidate.