STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Farm Bureau endorses Klobuchar
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar received support Friday from the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation Political Action Committee.
The Republican-leaning organization endorsed Democrat Klobuchar over GOP challeng... Posted on 8/31/12 at 11:28 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS Experts predict good fishing on Devils Lake
Ice fishing probably ended too soon for some anglers this year, but the good winter fishing on Devils Lake bodes well for more of the same this spring.
In a news release from the Devils Lake Conventi... Posted on 4/19/12 at 10:29 AM
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Received a message this morning from Special Agent Bill Nicholson of FBI, to send him $200 to claim $800,000 lottery prize. Transaction code : EA 2948-910. Money in Bank of America account. Sent $200 ... Posted on 6/28/09 at 9:05 AM
Minnesota Senate Republicans want to freeze all state and local government workers' pay.
The proposal goes a step beyond Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty, who last week said he favored a freeze, but has not offered a bill to do that.
Minnesota’s U.S. Senate election goes on trial in about a week. A three-judge panel presiding over Norm Coleman’s election lawsuit has set a brisk timeline for legal filings leading up to a January 26 trial opening. On Wednesday, the panel will consider a request by Al Franken to throw out Coleman’s lawsuit.
Governor Tim Pawlenty today pleaded with legislators not to raise Minnesotans' taxes while he also called for more education spending, but with strings attached. In his annual State of the State speech, Pawlenty also said he wants to freeze all state wages.
Norm Coleman went to the state’s high court and Al Franken may do the same.
Franken’s campaign hinted Monday it could go to the Minnesota Supreme Court to obtain an election certificate after a bipartisan pair of state officials refused to issue a signed certificate.
Only a final stack of ballots stands in the way of declaring a winner in Minnesota’s U.S. Senate recount. But like much of the prolonged recount between Republican Sen. Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken, it may not be that simple.
For 28 years, Jim Mulder has looked into his crystal ball and predicted how legislators and the governor will solve budget problems. Now, the Association of Minnesota Counties' executive director said, that crystal ball is dark.
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