A Minnetonka high school principal has attracted attention for asking parents to enforce dress codes for their daughters. In particular, he wants girls to stop wearing tight, spandex leggings that reveal too much. Today’s Questions: Who should decide what’s acceptable clothing for high school students?
Minneapolis is starting to distribute single-sort recycling bins that allow residents to put all of their recyclables into a single container. The city joins a number of other Minnesota municipalities that no longer require residents to sort their recycling. Today’s Question: Are you more likely to recycle if you don’t have to sort your items?
Lawmakers and the President have seven weeks to find a compromise to avert massive spending cuts and tax increases scheduled to take effect on the last day of the year. Today’s Question: What’s your confidence level in the ability of the government to avoid the fiscal cliff?
Citing an extramarital affair, CIA Director David Petraeus resigned his post. Today’s Question: Did CIA Director David Petraeus do the right thing when he resigned?
Today’s Question: What are your hopes for the next four years?
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Minnesota voters rejected the voter ID and marriage amendments, returned control of the Legislature to the DFL, and handed 10 electoral votes to President Obama. Today’s Question: What does it all mean?
In Tuesday’s elections, Democrats took won back control of both houses of the state Legislature. Today’s Question: Now that the DFL has control of the Legislature, what should it do?
We’d like your help in covering the Election Day story in Minnesota. Today’s Question: What’s been your experience at your polling place? Leave a short answer here, or submit a more detailed account here.
Tomorrow is Election Day. Today’s Question: How do you plan to spend the evening on Election Day?
MPR News is sponsoring a series of debates in St. Paul’s Fitzgerald Theater this week. The final debate is taking place this Sunday between Sen. Amy Klobuchar and opponent State Rep. Kurt Bills. Today’s Question: Who are you supporting in the Senate race, and why?
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