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The Minnesota Board of Nursing voted Thursday to support several legislative changes that it said would strengthen its ability to discipline nurses.
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
Minnesota's economic growth is ranked among the strongest in the nation. The state's unemployment rate is far lower than the national average.
Gov. Mark Dayton fielded questions on everything from frack sand mining to the importance of the liberal arts in a modern economy at a college student forum in Winona.
If the 2013 Legislative Session was about broad changes to education funding and policies, 2014 is shaping up to be about the finer details.
This photo by Glen Stubbe of the Star Tribune is worth $400 million dollars. It instantly becomes the favorite to win the prize for Best Photo of a Multi-Millionaire NFL Owner After Receiving Public Money.
A 23-minute escape late Monday from the state women's prison in Shakopee appears certain to renew pressure to build a fence around the prison after decades without one.
Last month, Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced ten highway projects to receive $300 million in funding through the state's new Corridors of Commerce program.
Gov. Mark Dayton and his staff have about six months left in their two-floor suite before a massive renovation to the century-old Capitol displaces them.
As government officials and Vikings owners were preparing to break ground Tuesday for the team's new stadium, leaders of three conservative groups predicted proponents will be back for more state funding to finish the project.
Don't get too excited about the latest St. Cloud State University poll in Minnesota, but it does at least offer a glimmer of hope for a Minnesota Republican Party that still finds itself in financial and organizational straits.
Minnesota must make it easier for sex offenders to finish a treatment program that for most has resulted in indefinite state custody, and should try to get politics out of the screening process, a task force said Monday.
Don't get too excited about the latest St. Cloud State University poll in Minnesota , but it does at least offer a glimmer of hope for a Minnesota Republican Party that still finds itself in financial and organizational straits.
Seven years ago, Gov. Tim Pawlenty and the Legislature committed Minnesotans to doing their part in modifying the human behaviors that contribute to global warming.
A state board on nuclear waste has not met since Rudy Perpich was governor in the 1980s.