The governor accused the Republican legislative leaders of "epic gaslighting."
The Class D knowledge test is now available online with new security measures.
The governor will take further action as the state's COVID crisis worsens.
Education Minnesota calls it "a step in the right direction."
With all the mail-in ballots, results may be delayed.
Gov. Walz is imploring people to go and get tested for the virus.
Election Day is fast approaching.
Minnesota will send 29 firefighters and nine trucks to help with wildfires across Oregon.
Walz has responded to criticism from the Senate Majority Leader.
The Minnesota State Patrol has also been sent to downtown Minneapolis.
The damage is estimated at over $500 million.
The governor first declared a COVID-19 peacetime emergency in March.
He stressed there's a need for a process to get art removed from the Capitol.
It's the first time in the state's history the National Guard will be fully mobilized.
The action drew comment from GOP lawmakers, who have called for an end to Walz's emergency powers.
The governor cautioned that social distancing must continue.
It has been delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Gov. Tim Walz ordered the Guard into service on Saturday.
He will be joined by, among others, his homeland security director.
The announcement comes as the governor orders schools closed.
The coronavirus is forcing more action from state officials.
Lawmakers have plans for the cash in what is an election year, but caution is being urged.