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Minnesota has officially, formally, rejected Trump’s request for voter data

It was already clear back in June that that Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon wasn't going to play ball with President Trump's Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. Now it's official. Steve Simon sent a...

Out of tragedy comes Little Alan’s Law

On the evening of January 26, 2018, at around 8:00pm, the Geisenkoetter family were setting up a canvas ice house on a Minnesota lake. The ice house was being set up next to their extended...
Orange Cones and Flashing Lights: Current MNDOT Projects

Orange Cones and Flashing Lights: Current MNDOT Projects

Constant brake lights and drivers using colorful language can only mean one thing for Minnesota: It's construction season. Lane closures, lane mergers, orange cones and flashing lights are popping up all over Minnesota right...

Net neutrality’s latest champion is… Burger King?

Net Neutrality was repealed this past December, and remains a hot topic as average citizens like you and me fight to keep our internet free and open. (Briefly: Net neutrality keeps all internet sites neutral; i.e....
Architectural drawing are displayed on a bench in the rotunda.

State Capitol brought back to brilliance

I remember the first time I went to the Capitol Building in St. Paul. I was on a school field trip, and I remember being in awe as we went on the tour. The...

Protest site visitor information sought by federal prosecutors

Federal prosecutors are looking for the courts to force DreamHost, Inc., a web-hosting company, to give them information about anyone and everyone who visited an anti-Trump protest website. The website, disruptj20.org, was a hub for...
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