Duluth News Tribune
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On May 18, with the prospect of an expensive and unnecessary special session of the Minnesota Legislature frustratingly looking more and more likely, the Duluth News Tribune offered sharp criticism.
From Forum News Service A recent editorial in a Minnesota newspaper. End political games, nonsense over LGA A year ago the Minnesota Legislature invested significant time and energy into reforming...
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton launched a bonding bill proposal Tuesday that sounded oh-so-good — and perhaps a little too good.
The mere mention of national standards in education can send some into conspiracy-seeing, beware-of-big-government shivers.
From Forum News Service A recent editorial from a Minnesota newspaper. Don’t shortchange transportation needs With all the bluster last fall from candidates for Minnesota House and for statewide offices...
Yes, state Rep. Erik Simonson of Duluth is co-sponsor of a bill this session to lower Minnesota’s drinking age.
Last fall, Republicans snatched away 10 rural Minnesota House seats, flipping party control and shifting St. Paul’s focus. This legislative session was supposed to be all about outstate Minnesota — or greater Minnesota or nonmetro Minnesota or whatever anyone chooses to call those parts of our state beyond the Twin Cities.
DULUTH — The news reports last fall were alarming. And more than a bit maddening.
From Forum News Service An editorial from a Minnesota newspaper. Sound alarm even in VA stories not local DULUTH — Problems plaguing VA medical facilities in Phoenix and elsewhere apparently...