Associate Justice Christopher J. Dietzen notified the governor this week that he plans to resign effective Aug. 31. Read more →
Former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty says he considers himself retired from politics and isn’t interested in running for governor in 2018. Read more →
It wasn’t just Ventura-era tax cuts that sent Minnesota into a spiral of budget deficits. It was a major recession, too. Read more →
Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposed gas tax increase would be the largest in state history – aside from two decades-old increases that have been adjusted for inflation. Read more →
Franken and Klobuchar back filibustered minimum wage bill. Read more →
WASHINGTON – What a difference a new job can make. As a GOP presidential candidate in 2011, former Gov. Tim Pawlenty told Iowa voters, “I hope and pray and believe they [Congress] should not raise the debt ceiling.” On Friday, as head of a major financial trade association in Washington, Pawlenty wrote top congressional leaders Read more →
Following a long holiday weekend, the Republican field of candidates for governor continues to shake out.
In Washington, what’s behind the U.S. House’s inability to craft a deal on the farm bill?
And on the campaign trail, GOPer Stewart Mills argues that government hurts job growth. Read more →
McClung said he’s concerned that Republicans could lose an entire generation of voters
Which of the past several governors presided over the most job growth as of 26 months in office?
Klobuchar released a statement today on a Daily Caller story.