Kurt Zellers touts the pragmatism he learned as a North Dakota farm boy, defends his leadership record in the Legislature, and, as befits any Republican girding for an intramural brawl, emphasizes his conservative credentials.Read More »
A series of announcements in recent days have found GOP legislators past and present choosing sides between the three best-known Republican contenders, each of whom has served in the House during the last decade.Read More »
Two groups are accusing the Met Council of writing off a proposal to pump water into White Bear Lake before experts have fully studied whether it could restore lake levels.
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A new crop of conservative fundraising organizations have appeared over the last 18 months to build on existing mainstay groups geared up help candidates and causes.Read More »
Officials from California to Vermont, reacting to images of immigrant children sleeping in crowded conditions, are offering them shelter even as fellow lawmakers, sometimes in the same state, oppose the move.Read More »
The political bluster and posturing around the controversial law have been replaced by the urgent efforts of state staff to implement it.
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Although the office is technically nonpartisan, Eddie Frizell’s announcement sets the stage for an uncharacteristically competitive contest to run law enforcement operations in the state’s most populous county.Read More »