A new bill cracking down on the sale of synthetic drugs has passed both the House and Senate. But if it’s signed as expected by Governor Dayton, a Duluth businessman says he plans on challenging the law in court.
Archives for April 3, 2012
New health rankings identify what percent of low-income residents live far from a grocery store.
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minneapolis, has reintroduced legislation to ban the controversial herbicide atrazine.
Wildlife managers and conservation groups are concerned high crop prices will entice many landowners to let the CRP contracts expire and either farm the land themselves or rent the land for cropping.
Tuesday April 3rd is primary election day for several northern Minnesota American Indian tribes. There are a lot of choices for voters.
Vanishing grasslands threaten pheasants and other wildlife; Teen Challenge is asked to give back $2.3 million in Petters gifts; Panel reaches deal on Minn. voter ID bill; Former Duluth woman pleads guilty to voting while ineligible; Immigration raid arrests 56 in Minnesota