"Those who made threats of violence at the rally in St. Paul should be investigated and held accountable," the letter states.
The governor accused the Republican legislative leaders of "epic gaslighting."
House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler said if they don't denounce the threats they "need to be held accountable."
Instead, they want to "strongly encourage" that people wear masks.
"I recognize our shared interest in finding a pathway ... to ensure an orderly end of the peacetime emergency when it is no longer needed," Walz writes.
Paul Gazelka introduced a motion Tuesday to make independent Sen. David Tomassoni president pro tempore of the Senate.
Lawmakers convened – some remotely – Tuesday for the 92nd regular session.
Several Minnesota breweries are too big to sell growlers. They're again seeking to change that.
The bipartisan panel's report is aimed at addressing "persistent racial disparities"
Restaurants and breweries have said allowing cocktails and growlers to-go would help their bottom line.
After disagreeing on how long unemployment benefits should last, it appears lawmakers have reached a deal.
Once they come to an agreement, Walz will call a special session to pass the legislation.
The Iron Range senators said this move will help them better serve their districts.
Rep. Mary Franson on Monday called for an end to the governor's powers, questioning things like the statewide mask mandate.
The Minnesota Legislature will convene for its fourth special session on Sept. 11.
Voters can still drop off mailed ballots at their elections office by 3 p.m. Tuesday
The governor first declared a COVID-19 peacetime emergency in March.
Gov. Tim Walz has called a special session that starts Monday.
The Alec Smith Emergency Insulin Act goes into effect July 1.
$12 million of it will go toward fighting hunger.
DFLers upset, call for criminal justice reforms instead.
Beastly Boulevard will serve as critical fundraiser for the zoo.
House leaders say the Senate's bills don't do enough to enact systemic change.