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My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell helps bail out Kenosha shooting suspect

The Minnesota businessman pitched in for the $2M bail.

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Can a non-citizen create an estate plan in the U.S.?

Hellmuth & Johnson say there a number of factors to consider.

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Leading law firm severs ties with Minneapolis prosecutors

Dorsey & Whitney is ending its program providing legal services for misdemeanor prosecutions.

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Beware scamming and profiteering during the coronavirus crisis

Twin Cities law firm Hellmuth & Johnson says businesses and individuals need to be wary.

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Corporate divorce: Creating leverage for the victimized shareholder

Hellmuth & Johnson provides guidance on messy business breakups.

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Proposal to pay MN college athletes introduced to Legislature

California is the only state to have passed such a law.

Surly suspends its annual Darkness Day festival ... until the law changes

The Northeast brewery has said the 2020 celebration will not be going ahead.

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3 more MN counties become Second Amendment sanctuaries

More counties are considering similar gun protection resolutions.

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Appeals court backs MN driver who turned left into wide right lane

The decision could have implications for driving laws in Minnesota.

What happens if you're pulled over for suspected DWI, and what are your rights?

Experienced attorney Charles Segal takes you through the traffic stop process.

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Hennepin County's chief public defender placed on leave, faces review

There have reportedly been complaints made about Mary Moriarty.

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Pizza Hut, Potbelly to pay out $53K for sick time violations in Minneapolis

The restaurants have been ordered to pay out $53,425 between them.

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The Herbivorous Butcher takes on food giant Nestle in trademark battle

The Minneapolis vegan food shop is fighting the global conglomerate in the courts.

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St. Paul music venue reaches settlement over alleged copyright infringement

ASCAP claimed the Amsterdam Bar and Hall hadn't been paying to use its protected music.

Cub Foods asks shoppers to no longer openly carry guns in stores

It's also banning the sale of e-cigs and vaporizers.

Minnesota Supreme Court rules on rights for those suspected of DWIs

The court ruled individuals do not have a right to legal counsel before deciding to comply with a blood test if the police have a warrant.

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Woman going topless sparks debate over MN's indecency laws

Police were called after she went topless at a Park Point beach.

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What's up with the Bakken Museum 'throwing shade' at MN weed laws?

A photo of the museum's empty cannabis planter went viral thanks to a reddit post.

Slowpoke law goes into effect on Minnesota roads August 1

Best start practicing moving over for vehicles moving faster in the left lane.

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Gov. Walz signs 'hands free' cellphone bill into law

Fines for violating the law could cost drivers up to $275.

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Gun bill debate lasts until midnight, will continue Thursday

There was a huge crowd in attendance, many of whom wanted to speak.

Group launches nonprofit aimed at legalizing recreational pot in MN

They say Minnesota's ready to join other states that have allowed recreational marijuana.

Starting Jan 1., 'last call' will come an hour earlier in Anoka

The city is implementing tougher bar rules to curb crime in the downtown area