The state was projecting a $1.3 billion deficit in November.
State leaders don't expect to see results from the orders until the third or final week of the shutdown.
Could Minnesota follow a similar path to Florida and Texas?
Bars have only been allowed to serve customers inside since June 10.
The governor is being asked to fully reopen by June 19.
Gov. Tim Walz will speak today at 3 p.m.
"Hopefully George is looking down right now and saying this is a great thing that’s happening for our country," the president said.
Mystic Lake is set to open its doors again on May 26.
The restaurant industry has been closed to dine-in customers since mid-March.
Add this Apple Valley and St. Paul restaurant to the list of closures.
A St. Paul barbershop was forced to close after attempting to reopen.
A brief survey is available to all Minnesotans to provide feedback.
Hair salons and barber shops are included in the "May and beyond" section.
The Lake County News Chronicle has been publishing since 1890.
Statewide, around 500,000 workers have applied for unemployment since March 16.
A full re-opening of the economy by May 4 is a "moonshot" goal, Gov. Walz said Monday.
A close look at how the crisis is impacting Minnesota's economy.
Low milk prices have taken a toll on dairy farmers nationwide.
Council members will vote to ratify the comprehensive development plan on Friday.
U of M Professor Timothy Kehoe talks trade tensions on the Dialogue Minnesota podcast.
This is in addition to hundreds of other MN workers the bank has laid off this year.
The retailer's much talked-about CEO shared some secrets in an interview with the network.
The shutdown is now in effect. So what happens next?
A new report says the metro area is "highly segregated by race."