Welcome to Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Digest.
Some state lawmakers are getting ready to try to make the leap to the national stage as another Republican announces his candidacy against U.S. Sen. Al Franken.
And an immigration overhaul could save the country billions of dollars. But new complications arise in the U.S. House that could prevent the bill from being heard. Read more →
Welcome to Monday’s Daily Digest. Today we’ll look at inequality in the state’s plan to comply with the federal health care law, a wide open race for mayor in Minneapolis and even more revelations about U.S. government snooping — this time targeting world leaders. Minnesota Advocates for poor say MNsure’s 2-tier enrollment system is unfair Read more →
MN for Marriage says money a big reason it lost marriage fight
Minnesota for Marriage, the group that unsuccessfully lobbied to defeat a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in Minnesota, says it was vastly outspent by supporters of same sex marriage. The group issued a news release today saying it spent more than $200,000 between Jan. 1 and May 31 to lobby against the same-sex marriage Read more →
Welcome to the Friday edition of The Daily Digest. On the state level, Minnesotans United appears to be making good on its promise to support lawmakers who supported legalizing same-sex marriage. And Minneapolis mayoral candidates spar on the issue of police accountability, following a recent overhaul of how the city responds to alleged police misconduct. Read more →