Gov. Mark Dayton will deliver his State of the State address tonight before a joint session of the Minnesota Legislature. Today’s Question: In your view, what’s the state of the state?
In defending President Obama’s proposed budget for 2013, Chief of Staff Jacob Lew said “the American people should be pleased that we now have a recovery that’s taking root.” Today’s Question: Do you see signs that a recovery is taking root?
The past several weeks have seen a political uproar over birth control. President Obama announced and then modified rules that would have required religious employers to include birth control in their health plans. Today’s Question: What do you think of rules that make free birth control a mandatory part of health care coverage?
For the first time since 1978, regulators have approved the construction of new nuclear power plants in the United States. Today’s Question: How have your views on nuclear power changed over the years?
A constitutional amendment requiring Minnesotans to show a photo ID when they vote could be on the ballot this fall. Backers say it will cut voter fraud. Detractors say it could keep more than 200,000 Minnesotans from the polls. Today’s question: Where do you stand on requiring Minnesotans to produce a photo ID to vote?
The Republican presidential race focused briefly on Minnesota in the days leading up to Tuesday’s caucuses. Now that the caucuses are over, what are your three most important issues?
Today is the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens, an English author whose works are read and celebrated to this day. Today’s Question: What living writer might still be read 200 years from now?
Minnesotans will gather Tuesday night to declare their preferences for president, elect delegates to party conventions and help shape party platforms. What do you think of Minnesota’s system of party caucuses?
As Syria’s violent crackdown on rebels and dissidents continues, the U.N. Security Council is unable to agree on a course of action. Today’s Question: How do you think the United States and other countries should respond to the situation in Syria?
Minnesotans will vote this fall on a constitutional amendment on marriage. Legislators are considering proposals for several other constitutional amendments as well. Today’s Question: What do you think of constitutional amendments as a way to make policy?