Welcome to the Daily Digest, where we look at what’s next for the stadium, Congress considers a bill that concerns consumer groups, and Romney is poised to officially clinch the GOP nomination.
What’s next for the Vikings stadium?
President Barack Obama will hold a public event in Golden Valley during his visit Friday.
The PoliGraph says a claim about the state’s budget deficit is correct.
The state Senate’s legal tab in the Brodkorb case tops $46,000.
Citing jurisdictional issues, the Ramsey County Attorney will not be investigating Count Them All Properly, a GOP fund meant to pay for recount costs.
A Minnesota pastor is at risk of losing his church after saying he supports same-sex marriage.
Polls that say people are gradually accepting same-sex marriage don’t reflect votes.
The Star Tribune profiles the three DFL candidates who want to challenge Rep. Chip Cravaack.
Obama is in charge of choosing which terrorists to kill or capture, the New York Times reports.
Congress is considering a bill that would speed up the approval of medical devices, but the legislation worries some consumer groups.
Presidential Candidates on Memorial Day
Obama commemorated Vietnam Vets.
Mitt Rommey appealed to veterans on Memorial Day, reports the New York Times.
On the Presidential Campaign Trail
The Texas primary is today. Romney is expected to win and in the process secure the 1,144 delegates he needs to get the GOP nomination.
The campaign is increasingly dominating Obama’s time and is shaping messages coming from the White House, the New York Times reports.
Romney’s former opponents are talking about why they criticized his time at Bain Capital.
The New York Times looks at Mitt and Ann Romney’s horse riding hobby.
Romney’s campaign has released a new web video that contends Obama gave stimulus dollars to companies owned by donors.