Lawmakers reach agreement on tax cuts ahead of session's end
Lawmakers announced they had reached a deal on a tax bill Saturday ahead of the looming session deadline.
DFL efforts to pass abortion, reproductive health bills blocked in Senate
The push to pass a slate of abortion and healthcare-related bills comes after a leaked Supreme Court opinion draft indicated Roe v Wade will be overturned.
How to watch Governor Tim Walz's State of the State address
The address will be Walz's first at the capitol since 2019.
Minnesota House will continue hybrid operations, require masks in 2022
The Speaker of the House announced the plans in a memo to members and staff on Thursday.
Here's what's going on with the $250M frontline worker pandemic bonus pay
Minnesota lawmakers can't agree on what to do.
Sen. Jeremy Miller elected Republican caucus leader, replacing Gazelka
He'll officially be named Senate Majority Leader once the Senate is in session again.
Blaha, Franzen reveal extent of injuries suffered in crash
The state auditor and state senator were driving home from FarmFest.
Science Museum working to choose Minnesota's official state fossil
The museum is also seeking recommendations from the public for a potential state fossil.
Land bridge project to reconnect St. Paul neighborhood gets $6.2M in state funding
The "lid" over I-94 would reconnect Rondo, a predominantly Black neighborhood torn apart to build the highway.
Funding boost will see Amtrak add second daily route between St. Paul-Chicago
Gov. Tim Walz signed a transportation bill Saturday that included $10 million for an additional daily train.
Legislature approves $220K bill for swimming lessons, lifeguard training
The funding would help at-risk and low-income children learn to swim, as well as address lifeguard shortages.
Big Pharma's challenge to Minnesota's affordable insulin law is dismissed
The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America filed the lawsuit the day before the Alec Smith Affordable Insulin Act went into effect.
Lead shot from decades ago likely culprit in poisoning of Blue Lake waterfowl
Small fragments of lead were found in the birds, which conservationists believe are from lead bullets shot decades ago
Wisconsin Assembly votes to overturn Gov. Tony Evers' face mask mandate
The GOP-led Legislature has opposed the Democratic governor's COVID measures.
Legislature passes support package for COVID-hit businesses, workers
The deal will help businesses shut down during Gov. Tim Walz's four-week "pause."
Sen. Paul Gazelka's mother-in-law died with COVID-19, father-in-law has it
Gazelka himself had the virus a month ago.
Minnesota lawmakers close on COVID-19 relief deal for businesses
Work remains on passing a deal to help workers.
Walz says relief package is coming for Minnesota small businesses
Walz is prepared to call a special session and pass the package immediately.
Minnesota keeps its divided legislature as some seats flip
Here's a look at what this means.
Elections 2020: Control of Minnesota's divided Legislature is up for grabs
Redistricting and responding to COVID-19 are among the issues the new legislature will have to deal with.
Senate passes $1.9 billion bonding bill, will be sent to Gov. Walz for signing
The House and Senate came to an agreement during the fifth special session.
Lakeville Sen. Matt Little says he's received death threat ahead of election
Little has spoke out against the extreme language in attack ads during the election campaign.
Minnesota lawmakers call for Big Ten sports to continue
Two Minnesota lawmakers joined those from state across the Midwest in a letter to Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren.
Walz to make decision on COVID-19 emergency extension this week
Republicans have been calling on him to end his powers, despite statewide emergencies still being in place across the country.