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Minnesota’s huge surplus? A bit of an illusion

Minnesota’s huge surplus? A bit of an illusion

Forecasted budget surplus for the remainder of 2016-17 is a bit illusory Continue reading

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What is General Mills Hiding?

What is General Mills Hiding?

Unfortunately, General Mills appears determined to keep information away from parentsContinue reading

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North Dakota is Wrong on Coal

North Dakota is Wrong on Coal

Minnesota is on the right side of history when it comes to dirty coal generationContinue reading

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Building a Better Minnesota

Building a Better Minnesota

This year Rep. Hausman has truly been one of the most dedicated advocates for conservation…Continue reading

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Sense of Justice and Need for the Truth

Sense of Justice and Need for the Truth

“It is worth while to have lived and suffered, to have labored and waited, long years for such an opportunity of pleading for the Slave mothers of our land, before such an audience.” Jane Swisshelm February 26, 1860* In a… Continue reading

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All Waste Remains Where it is First Put

All Waste Remains Where it is First Put

“There is a basic law of nuclear waste often overlooked – all waste remains where it is first put.” Richard Wilson Riley Then Governor of South Carolina 1982* This little bit of southern folk wisdom just happened to find its… Continue reading

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Asking Tough Questions

Asking Tough Questions

 “Charge those lines!” General Winfield Scott Hancock Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 That was the command given 150 years ago to Colonel William Colvill of the First Minnesota Volunteers Regiment in the midst of the second day of fighting outside of… Continue reading

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The Annual Sig Award Goes To…

The Annual Sig Award Goes To…

This year’s “Sig” goes to Rep. Joe Atkins.Continue reading

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Dayton honors his promise to the citizens of Minnesota

Dayton honors his promise to the citizens of Minnesota

Dayton line item vetoes two items from the Omnibus Legacy Bill to honor his word to abide by the LSOHC’s recommendations.Continue reading

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Remembering One of Minnesota’s Most Influential Mothers

Remembering One of Minnesota’s Most Influential Mothers

Sen. Katie Sieben is the chief author of a bill (HF459) in the Minnesota Senate requiring the removal of bisphenol A (BPA) from children’s food packaging.Continue reading

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