• Senate Democrats Stress Education, Reserves in Budget Plan
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Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nevada) announced Friday that he will not seek re-election in 2016.
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  • Gov. Scott Walker Immigration Position Under Fresh Scrutiny

  • Committee Votes to Allow Religious Exemptions to Autopsies

    After two back-to-back disputes over planned autopsies on American Indian crash victims in the Northland, a Minnesota House panel has unanimously passed a bill allowing families to object to autopsies on loved ones due to a religious concerns.

  • State Lottery Manager Accused of 2nd DUI

    The executive director of the Minnesota Lottery says a second drunken driving charge against one of his top administrators is a personnel matter that's under review. A criminal complaint alleges Johnene Canfield was driving drunk when she was involved in a crash last December.

  • US House OKs Bipartisan Medicare Doc Bill

    In uncommon bipartisan harmony, the House approved a $214 billion bill on Thursday permanently blocking physician Medicare cuts, moving Congress closer to resolving a problem that has plagued it for years.

  • Poll: Dayton Has Healthy Approval Rating

    A new poll shows Gov. Mark Dayton has some of his best approval rating numbers since he was first elected in 2011.

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