It’s primary day for city races in St. Paul, Duluth and other communities. It is also the 6th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Governor Pawlenty has ordered that flags fly at half staff on state property.
The session will not focus on transportation or tax relief.
Some lawmakers are disappointed with the narrow focus.
Other Brainerd area lawmakers react as well.
DEED says a new steel plant could create thousands of jobs in northeastern Minnesota.
Minnesota lawmakers react to the Petraeus report.
Listen to an interview with GOP Rep. John Kline here. He agrees with the assessment.
AP says Minnesota Democrats are not impressed with the troop withdrawal plan.
NPR says GOP Sen. Norm Coleman is one of a handful of GOP senators who can swing the Iraq debate.
This analysis says it causes political trouble for both parties.
GOP Sen. Norm Coleman asks if the Bin Laden video is a signal or some sort.
The Senate approves $1 billion for new bridges.
GOP Rep. Jim Ramstad is mentioned in this story on tele-townhalls.
DFL Rep. Collin Peterson says any more cuts to the Farm Bill will mean its DOA.
DFL Rep. Jim Oberstar is worried about heavy trucks on the nation’s highways.
Singer Paul Simon is raising money for Al Franken.
An environmental advocate interviews Al Franken.