Politics

Jun. 24, 2015
City leaders are hoping to change regulations regarding which establishments can house homeless shelters.  
Jun. 17, 2015
A proposed ordinance would restrict flavored tobacco sales to smoke shops, not corner stores.
 
Jun. 17, 2015
The money will go toward expanding the size of the facility, increasing staff members and testing changes.
 
Jun. 03, 2015
Pending a Friday vote, two proposals would OK growlers and earlier sales on Sundays. 
 
May. 19, 2015

State legislators did not give the University of Minnesota funds for tuition freeze.

May. 06, 2015
Lawmakers and community leaders want more state funds for suicide prevention training.
 
May. 04, 2015
City officials have also created more tools and incentives to up attendance.
Apr. 30, 2015
Minneapolis leaders proposed adding more than 30 miles of new protected bicycle lanes.
 
 
Apr. 29, 2015
The path would go from Como to the Stone Arch Bridge, but its details aren’t yet finalized.
 
Apr. 29, 2015
After an injury paralyzed his son, Matthew Rodreick has spent years advocating for funding to research spinal cord injuries.
 
Apr. 29, 2015

Lawmakers plan to offer more support to communities out of the Twin Cities metro area.

 
Apr. 28, 2015
DFLers don’t agree with the proposal that boosts funding for greater Minn. and MnSCU.
 
Apr. 28, 2015
Minneapolis City Council members are going to research the effects of raising minimum wage in the city.
 
Apr. 27, 2015
Gallons of fuel bought wholesale would see a 16 cent price increase.
 
 
By
  • Christopher Aadland and Logan Wroge
Apr. 23, 2015
Minnesota lawmakers are now largely supporting what used to be a controversial science.
 
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