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A federal judge ruled Minnesota’s sex offender program unconstitutional Wednesday in a case closely watched by 20 other states with similar programs, The New York Times reported. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank said in a Star Tribune article that the program was initially meant to treat offenders is now meant to punish.
Pope Francis told both his parishioners and the world at large to change their lifestyles in response to climate change in a paper released Thursday. Francis cited the scientific consensus that humans are largely at fault for climate change in his writings, CNN reported.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota and other institutions found that by following the World Health Organizations guidelines for air quality, two million annual deaths could be avoided.
Minneapolis Target headquarters laid off around 140 employees Wednesday, reports
Incoming freshman guard Jarvis Johnson will not be medically cleared to play basketball at the University of Minnesota. Johnson will still accept his scholarship and remain a part of the basketball program, according to a university athletic department release.
By Sadman Rahman As of last Sunday, Minneapolis and Duluth restaurants and breweries can sell liquor and growlers on Sundays starting at 8 a.m. according to the Star Tribune. The Pioneer Press reports that Gov. Dayton signed legislation that allows such sales earlier this year, but they need to approved by municipalities before going into effect.
With the completion of the NCAA Track and Field Championships last Saturday , the book can officially be closed on the 2014-15 Gophers season . At the track championships, 11 athletes represented the Gophers with eight of those individuals earning All-American honors including Minnesota’s 4x400-meter women’s relay team.
Former Florida Gov. John Ellis Bush officially announced his presidential campaign for the 2016 presidential election Monday, according to an Associated Press report. The story states that Bush’s supporters had hoped for him to hold a more dominant position amongst competing Republicans, but he has not gained a significant lead.
Regent Dean Johnson has been elected to replace Regent Richard Beeson as chair of the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents, the Forum News Service reported. Regent David McMillan was elected to serve as the board’s vice-chair, the Duluth News Tribune reported.
Up until the 1990’s, finding pants that weren’t pleated was difficult. The once-dapper pleats combined form and function, adding a crisp crease to the pant and allowing room for men to move without losing a slim, flattering fit. Once the mid-‘90s rolled around, double and triple pleats became de rigeur, and clothes makers abandoned the subtle, discrete single pleat for these atrocities. The over-pleating trend went so far that designers eliminated pleats from the scene altogether in the 2000’s.
Dinkytown could be declared a historic district by the end of the summer. At a public hearing Tuesday, the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation commissioners unanimously voted to approve a staff report, which called for about 30 buildings to be included in a Dinkytown historic district. However, the vote is only a recommendation and it will go before city council in July, according to MinnPost.
After starting three seniors for most of the 2014-15 season, the Minnesota men’s basketball team will begin a youth movement next year.
Democrats are balking at a tentative budget deal reached by state lawmakers during a special session Tuesday and Majority Leader Tom Bakk, DFL-Cook, said he would not “twist arms” to garner democrat’s votes, reports
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Minnesota health officials warned parents today of increasing nicotine poisonings, linked to the rise of e-cigarettes, reports
By Emily Polglaze Two Gopher freshmen participate in NHL Draft Combine: June 1-6/June 26 Some late-week action in men’s hockey took place as two incoming freshmen participated in the NHL Scouting Combine in Buffalo, New York, June 1-6.
The University of Minnesota will need to report how it distributes its funds amongst its campuses to state lawmakers under the recently passed state higher education bill, the Duluth News Tribune reports. Sen. Roger Reinert—DFL-Duluth—presented the amendment to the bill which requires the University’s Board of Regents to report to legislature by February 1st of next year, according to the Duluth News Tribune.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler
Rep. Phyllis Kahn, DFL-Minneapolis, is filing an ethics complaint with Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji, against Rep.