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The Star Tribune's Ricardo Lopez reports in GOP's Johnson accuses Dayton of slighting outstate Minnesota that the struggling Republican gubernatorial candidate J used the recent decision by the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to ask Enbridge to consider alternative routes for the Sandpiper pipeline as an example of Dayton's supposed nelgect of Greater Minnesota.
While Matt Entenza's new television ad highlights his campaign talking point about the need for the state auditor to battle the drive to privatize public pensions, little light has been shone in the media about where incumbent auditor and endorsed DFL candidate Rebecca Otto stands.
One of the fascinating things about the long history of the movement for marriage equality is the ability of people to change their minds--and hearts--about the definition of marriage, and for politicians to gain the courage to adopt love as the law.
In Tuesday's Star Tribune, Alejandra Matos reports that the Immigration debate comes to Minnesota in force as politicians and immigration advocates and nonprofit groups that often serve traditional refugees struggle with the humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexican border.
With the Republican gubernatorial primary less than a month away, the campaigns are departing from Gaylord B. Parkinson's 11th Commandment for endorsement battles as they try to distinguish their brand for those likely to cast ballots in the August 12 vote.