Today in the Daily Planet


“Local attorneys report government rights violations to U.N.”:
By Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press
Minneapolis attorneys representing Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights were in Geneva, Switzerland, last month to brief the United Nations Human Rights Committee on the U.S. government’s compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

“Attorney general candidates at DFL forum”:
By Mike McIntee, Inside Minnesota Politics
Two of the three DFL candidates for attorney general debated at a DFL Feminist Caucus forum.

“Coleman criticizes state for aid cuts”:
From La Prensa
The St. Paul mayor says the city “plays by the rules”

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“Hardware store ‘Anvil Drop’ will draw festive crowd Thursday”:
By Linda Lincoln, The Bridge
Gardner Hardware attracts a cult following to its annual gravity demonstration

“Central Avenue sculptures tell the Northeast story”:
By Gail Olson, The Northeaster
The work of Northeast sculptor Foster Willey, Jr. reflects a community’s history.