The ice cream business said it supports the creation of a Department of Public Safety.
They're urging supporters to do the same on Nov. 2.
"Please know that if you have been told this, it is a lie: I have no position on the amendment," the former mayor tweeted.
He is in favor of removing police staffing minimums from the city charter – which this November's ballot question would also do.
New language had to be approved Tuesday after a last-minute rejection from a judge.
The council had to work quickly Friday as it faced an 11:59 deadline and two vetoes from the mayor.
Both budgets will leverage increased property tax levies and funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to support spending.
The protesters did not let Andrea Jenkins leave until she signed a list of six demands.
Sheila Nezhad and Jacob Frey finished first and second, respectively, in the endorsement process.
Mayor Jacob Frey announced a slate of new policy proposals at an event in north Minneapolis Monday.
The apology comes after a KARE 11 investigation into the raid, which law enforcement executed at the wrong address.
The Park Board on Wednesday voted to end its space-sharing agreement with the Minnesota State Patrol.
News of the $27 million settlement led to two jurors being removed this week.
She is among those challenging Mayor Frey in November.
The Target Center operator said it'll pay the costs over three years.
He has faced criticism over the city's response to George Floyd's death.
Patrons still won't be able to sit at bars due to COVID-19.
DoorDash claimed the order would make it harder for the service to work with restaurants and increase prices for customers.
The City Council voted to keep target staffing levels at 888 after Mayor Jacob Frey threatened to veto the budget.
Mayor Jacob Frey has repeatedly criticized a Safety for All plan which would cut officer staffing targets from 888 to 750.
The People's Budget, spearheaded by Black Visions Collective and Reclaim the Block, would cut more than $53 million from MPD's budget.
Frey said in a radio interview that 2020 has been a "horrible" year.
The proposed budget also increases funding for affordable housing and violence prevention programs.
It comes amid misinformation about a suicide led to property damage and looting downtown.