Today in the Daily Planet


“Minneapolis cop-community negotiations hampered by suspicion, friction”:
By Lauretta Dawolo, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
Second in a three-part series on attempts to reform the city’s Civilian Review Authority

“Dayton will support ‘Net neutrality’ bill”:telecommunications giants
By Craig Cox, The Minneapolis Observer
Minnesota’s senior senator vows to work to keep Internet access unfettered by telecommunications giants

“Activists press for more attention on Burmese government at St. Paul conference”:
By Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press
Burmese freedom fighters gather in St. Paul to bring attention to continued human rights violations by the military dictatorship in Myanmar

“Library cameras are watching–even in the bathroom”:
By Oren Goldberg, Pulse of the Twin Cities
More than 100 cameras in the downtown Central Library keep an eye on everyone, but is it for safety or for snooping?

“Party and principle”:
By Andy Driscoll, Special to the Daily Planet
When Greens support a progressive DFLer, it’s a question of principle over party loyalty