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Big Business Biggest Winner in Republican Budget

Mountains of amendments to the omnibus taxes bill required multiple carts as they awaited distribution during an April 29 recess. Photo by Andrew VonBank, Session Daily.

It’s absolutely official. In case you were uncertain about the number one priority of Minnesota House Republicans, it’s big businesses.

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Minneapolis ralliers send positivity to Baltimore

Check out all the pictures from yesterday's rally.

About a thousand people marched peacefully through the streets of downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday evening
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Hundreds of construction workers participate in Workers Memorial Day ceremony in Saint Paul

 

Driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants

Image via Mary Turck.

For the past seven years, there has been a concerted effort to move forward a Minnesota bill that calls for action from legislators to grant undocumented immigrants equal rights to have a driver’
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MN House passes legislation barring transgender inclusion in schools

The Minnesota House of Representatives passed an omnibus bill on Saturday that includes a provision that would repeal transgender-inclusive policies in Minneapolis and St.

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“All Options on the Table” with Southwest Corridor

Tunnel plans for the Southwest Light Rail in the Kenliworth Corridor.

Lots of news on the Southwest Corridor lately. You may have heard about it:

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It’s time to make college debt free

via Pew Research.

When I graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1990, students were graduating from college with an average of about $12,000 in debt.
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Everything you need to know about free speech at the Mall of America

A warning during the December Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America.

Starting this week, the ongoing trial of Black Lives Matter protestors for allegedly organizing a December demonstration at the Mall of America will place a spotlight on free speech, racial inequal

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Twins continue to honor Jackie Robinson while struggling to attract Black fans

Members of the Twins coaching staff all wearing jersey number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson, the first to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Photos Harry Colbert,

In what has now become an annual tradition, the Minnesota Twins along with every team in Major League Baseball (MLB) honored the legacy of baseball Hall of Famer and civil rights icon, Jackie

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