The president gave an ultimatum to lawmakers -- saying they can either help create jobs or explain yourself. Obama says Republicans 'should love this plan' because it includes tax cuts for the middle class and small businesses.
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U.S. Senator Al Franken says his proposal would cut energy consumption and create jobs in the building trades. He says similar programs are helping local governments save money with more energy-efficient buildings. Plus, Franken says, it would help Minnesota which he called "the Silicon Valley of windows."
A group of legislators from both sides of the aisle want to create a new corporate structure in Minnesota that they say would fill a gap between for-profit and non-profit corporations. B-Corps or "public benefit corporations," which already exist in Vermont and California, would give investors a chance to fund businesses that seek to provide a social good but perhaps pay out lower returns.
President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act into law, on April 5. According to the President and bipartisan lawmakers who supported it, its passage makes it easier for small companies and startups to go public and raise capital by changing a variety of the regulations around raising money. I don't think this is going to work ...
This is pretty cool to hear him explain it in detail.
Their larvae are hatching, and they're hungry.
Pedro Ruiz died last year attempting a YouTube stunt with a gun.
It describes itself as the hibachi of ice cream.
Hwy. 41 in Chaska may need to be closed, the National Weather Service says.
Jonathan Pogreba was taken into custody Thursday.
Bates-Diop was thought to have been a first-round talent.
It was written by a Minneapolis journalist, who has since expressed regrets.
Kaitlyn Strom became a viral star last week.
He wanted to get down on the mound and drill someone with a heater.