Decision: Man may resume flying giant Trump flag in Wright County
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Jay Johnson, despite Johnson being fined by the Buffalo City Council.
Sexual assault victims not 'mentally incapacitated' if they voluntarily consume alcohol or drugs, MN Supreme Court rules
The decision has underscored efforts to change the loophole in state statute.
Minnesota Supreme Court upholds state's 'revenge porn' laws
The Court of Appeals had previously found the state's laws regarding nonconsensual sharing of explicit content to be unconstitutional.
Northern Metal Recycling scores partial victory in court ruling
They can now resume operations at their Minneapolis plant.
Federal court sides with MN couple who refuse to film same-sex weddings
The husband-and-wife videographers are attempting to sue the state.