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Rep. Walz Mulling Democratic Bid for Minn. Governor


Draft GOP Health Care Bill Revamps Obama's Health Care Law

Minn. House Passes Real ID Bill

Local Schools Revisit Transgender Bathroom Policy
Both UWS and UMD already offer gender neutral bathrooms in several locations on their campuses.

White Nationalist Booted by Conservatives

Dayton Blasts Trump's Transgender Bathroom Reversal
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is urging schools in the state to continue transgender bathroom policies initiated under the Obama administration.

Michigan House Defeats Proposed Income Tax Cut

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Protesters Speak Mind at Emmer Town Hall


Republican Likely to Bring Back Wis. Transgender Bill


In Other Political News

Lawmakers Seek Finish to Study of New Sault Ste. Marie Lock
The MacArthur lock at Sault Ste. Marie is seen in this file photo. Plans for a new lock have been in the works for decades.

Wis. Legislator Likely to Bring Back Transgender Bill
A Wisconsin legislator may re-introduce a bill dealing with bathroom use by people who are transgendered at public schools.

Minn. Senate Panel Inches Sunday Liquor Sales Forward
The Minnesota Senate's Commerce Committee has sent a bill to legalize Sunday liquor sales to the full Senate floor with a recommendation that it be approved. The bill has already cleared the House and has Gov. Dayton's support.

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A right to try bill would allow terminally ill patients in Wisconsin to try a potentially life-saving drug.
Bipartisan Support for Wisconsin Bill Helping Terminally Ill
A cruise with evangelical Christians that was to feature Wis. Governor Scott Walker has been canceled.
Walker's Evangelical Alaskan Cruise Canceled
A bill being circulated at the Wisconsin Capitol would relax regulatiosn for high-capacity wells in Wisconsin.
Wis. GOP Leader Introduces Bill to Relax Well Regulations
Evers, Holtz Advance in Wis. State Superintendent Race
Bill Attempts to Improve WisDOT Reporting
Lawmakers in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and other states turned their personal grief about opioid abuse into legislative action.
Lawmakers Channel Grief into Fight against Opioids
Walker Asks Public for Help Selling his Budget
Presidents' Day: Honoring Past and Present Leaders

Iraqi Forces Facing Stiff Resistance in Western Mosul


White House Bars Major News Outlets From Informal Briefing

Government Wants Appeal of Travel Ban Put on Hold

Draft GOP Health Care Bill Revamps Obama's Health Care Law

Agency Publishes Timetable for Mexico Border Wall

Too Few Flushes Get Candidate Thrown Off Ballot

US Changes Rules of Engagement for Mosul Fight in Iraq

Syria Bombing Kills 60; 2 Turkish Troops Die in Separate Attack

White House Adviser asked FBI to Refute Russia Story

Most California Flood Victims Allowed Home

White Nationalist Booted by Conservatives

Lawmakers Renew Push for Drilling in Alaska Wildlife Refuge

SpaceX Makes Good on Space Station Delivery a Day Late

Trump Administration Lifts Transgender Bathroom Guidance

McCain Makes Secret Trip to Syria to Meet with US Troops

Vikings' Stadium Board at Full Strength After Resignations
Rep. Walz Mulling Democratic Bid for Minn. Governor
Wisconsin Hit Hard by the Flu
Mercy Hospital Brings 3-D Mammography to Moose Lake
Taco Bell Pulling Popular Chicken-Shelled Chalupa
Taco Bell will discontinue the Naked Chicken Chalupa as planned, despite huge popularity.
Americans Buy Existing Homes at Fastest Pace in a Decade

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Minn. House Votes to Undo Sunday Liquor Sales Ban

Minnesota lawmakers took the first step toward undoing a controversial ban on Sunday liquor sales. It's been a perennial issue at the Capital for years, but state lawmakers could never get a majority vote to reverse the prohibition-era law, until now. 


Resolution Would Shift Minn. Light Rail Funds to Roads, Bridges


Primary Elections Tuesday for Superior Mayor, Wis. Superintendent


Wis. Proposal: Regulate Powdered Alcohol Like Liquid Alcohol


House GOP Hails Health Plan that Democrats Call Inadequate


McCain Says Free Press is Essential to a Healthy Democracy


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Giants Ridge May Transition to Private Management

Grand Rapids Woman Pleads Guilty to Range Murder

Nolan Talks Infrastructure With Iron Range Leaders

CEO of Cliffs Accepts Business of the Year Award

Family: Retired Doctor, Wife Found Dead in Northome House Fire

Birkie Canceled due to Lack of Snow, Replaced with 5K Loop

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