The Republican Party of Minnesota is moving its headquarters from near the Capitol in St. Paul to Minneapolis, the party announced in a Monday morning news release. The new location will be at 2200 East Franklin Ave. in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis. The Minnesota GOP has struggled with significant debt problems in recent years, Read more →
Advisory group gives initial backing today to dramatically increasing the number of security guards around the Minnesota Capitol complex Read more →
After meeting with medical device industry leaders Franken told reporters the tax is hurting Minnesota companies and pushing jobs overseas. Read more →
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are back on the job today with a new congressional deal to fund the government. Read more →
A political science professor says he will run for Congress in Minnesota’s 6th District.
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Eighth District Republican congressional candidate Stewart Mills says his campaign raised almost $244,000 in the third quarter of the year. Read more →
Minnesotans worry and wonder what’s happening with the debt. A top economist does, too. Read more →
Businessman Stewart Mills today formally launched his Republican campaign for Congress against DFL U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan in Minnesota’s 8th District. Mills, 41, is an executive with his family’s Mills Fleet Farm chain. He has never run for public office. He said if he’s elected he will vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act and Read more →
Union members gathered outside the federal courthouse in downtown Minneapolis Monday morning to call for an end to the government shutdown.
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Hundreds of thousands of federal workers remain on the job with no pay on this third day of the federal government shutdown. That includes thousands of workers in Minnesota. Shea Larson processes veterans’ claims at the Whipple Federal Building near the airport in south Minneapolis. Her position there has been categorized as “essential” so she Read more →