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  1. How's that new tax law working now that the filing deadline is approaching?; St. Paul adopts revised plan for Ford site2019/04/11
    How's that new tax law working now that the filing deadline is approaching?; St. Paul adopts revised plan for Ford site
  2. Capitol roundup; the first day of testimony in the Noor trial2019/04/10
    Capitol roundup; the first day of testimony in the Noor trial
  3. Klobuchar's fundraising; a tax bill from House Democrats2019/04/09
    Klobuchar's fundraising; a tax bill from House Democrats
  4. Transportation and taxes are key issues at the Capitol; 'Medicare for All' in the race for president2019/04/08
    Transportation and taxes are key issues at the Capitol; 'Medicare for All' in the race for president
  5. A conversation with DFL Gov. Tim Walz2019/04/05
    A conversation with DFL Gov. Tim Walz
  6. Gov. Tim Walz calls for cooperation in his first State of the State address2019/04/04
    Gov. Tim Walz calls for cooperation in his first State of the State address
  7. The Minnesota Senate passes new fees on drug companies to respond to the opioid epidemic2019/04/02
    The Minnesota Senate passes new fees on drug companies to respond to the opioid epidemic
  8. The Minnesota Senate is poised to vote on an opioids bill; a former Minneapolis police officer goes on trial for killing a woman2019/04/01
    The Minnesota Senate is poised to vote on an opioids bill; a former Minneapolis police officer goes on trial for killing a woman
  9. The budget debate begins to shape up at the Capitol; Liberians get a one-year reprieve from the White House2019/03/29
    The budget debate begins to shape up at the Capitol; Liberians get a one-year reprieve from the White House
  10. Klobuchar pitches construction plan; researchers look at school safety2019/03/28
    Klobuchar pitches construction plan; researchers look at school safety
  11. State regulators approve Line 3 pipeline replacement; lawmakers debate high price of prescription drugs2019/03/27
    State regulators approve Line 3 pipeline replacement; lawmakers debate high price of prescription drugs
  12. The state Senate passes a hands-free cell phone bill; more on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's record as Hennepin County attorney2019/03/26
    The state Senate passes a hands-free cell phone bill; more on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's record as Hennepin County attorney
  13. A look at Sen. Amy Klobuchar's record as Hennepin County attorney2019/03/25
    A look at Sen. Amy Klobuchar's record as Hennepin County attorney
  14. Gov. Walz will amend his budget amid signs of a slower growing economy; and the divide over paid family leave2019/03/22
    Gov. Walz will amend his budget amid signs of a slower growing economy; and the divide over paid family leave
  15. Homelessness spikes in Minnesota; some Republican lawmakers don't like Gov. Tim Walz's tactics2019/03/21
    Homelessness spikes in Minnesota; some Republican lawmakers don't like Gov. Tim Walz's tactics
  16. A closer look at fraud in public assistance programs2019/03/20
    A closer look at the Legislative Auditor's report on fraud in the Child Care Assistance Program.
  17. A hands-free cell phone bill gets a key vote at the Capitol; a top Human Services investigator is on leave after a critical audit2019/03/19
    A hands-free cell phone bill gets a key vote at the Capitol; a top Human Services investigator is on leave after a critical audit
  18. A flap over election legislation at the Capitol; is presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar too moderate for some Democrats?2019/03/18
    A flap over election legislation at the Capitol; is presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar too moderate for some Democrats?
  19. Lawmakers rush to help farmers dealing with the heavy snow; the University of Minnesota wants a tax break on sports tickets2019/03/15
    Lawmakers rush to help farmers dealing with the heavy snow; the University of Minnesota wants a tax break on sports tickets
  20. Gun control supporters rally at the Capitol; more on fraud in a child care program2019/03/14
    Gun control supporters rally at the Capitol; more on fraud in a child care program
  21. New report looks at child care fraud allegations; some lawmakers want to stop falling back and springing forward2019/03/13
    New report looks at child care assistance program fraud allegations; some lawmakers want to stop falling back and springing forward
  22. A health care debate over reinsurance; the push to legalize marijuana may be over for the session2019/03/12
    A health care debate over reinsurance; the push to legalize marijuana may be over for the session
  23. A busy week at the Minnesota Capitol; Liberians again face a deportation deadline2019/03/11
    A busy week at the Minnesota Capitol; Liberians again face a deportation deadline
  24. An Equal Rights Amendment gets a vote in the House; long odds on sports betting2019/03/08
    An Equal Rights Amendment gets a vote in the House; long odds on sports betting
  25. Legislature prepares for floods; more on the governor's goal of carbon free energy by 20502019/03/07
    Legislature prepares for floods; more on the governor's goal of carbon free energy by 2050
  26. A closer look at the governor's plan to raise the gas tax; the former DNR head now leads the campaign against copper-nickel mining2019/03/06
    A closer look at the governor's plan to raise the gas tax; the former DNR head now leads the campaign against copper-nickel mining
  27. A deal on MNLARS; Ilhan Omar faces criticism over recent remarks2019/03/05
    A deal on MNLARS; Ilhan Omar faces criticism over recent remarks
  28. Two months in, what has the state Legislature accomplished?2019/03/01
    Minnesota lawmakers must agree on a balanced two-year budget by May 20 or risk a special session. They kicked off the year with optimism, talking of a fresh start and plans to get things done early. Nearly two months in, how's it going?
  29. A new budget forecast; House committee approves gun control bill after lengthy debate2019/02/28
    A new budget forecast; House committee approves gun control bill after lengthy debate
  30. Gov. Walz tries to tackle racial disparities; cold cases and DNA2019/02/26
    Gov. Walz takes on racial disparities; cold cases and DNA
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