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The Minnesota House of Representatives is considering sweeping changes to their decades-old discrimination and sexual harassment policies.

Minn. House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules


Feehan, Hagedorn Get Party Nods In Minnesota's 1st District

In Lawsuit, DNC Blames Election Loss on Trump-Russia Alliance

House Looks to Revamp Sexual Harassment, Workplace Rules

Republican Field Grows in Race to Replace Ryan

Walker Seeks Federal Waiver for Reinsurance in Wisconsin

Minn. Senate Passes Bill Penalizing Fake Service Animals

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Michigan Senate: Medicaid Recipients Must Find Work


Phifer Won't Run in 8th District Primary


House Panel Moves to Curb Food Stamps, Renew Farm Subsidies

Wife of Distracted Driving Victim Urges Approval of 'Hands Free' Bill

Former GOP Chairman Downey Drops Bid for Minn. Governor

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Minn. Supreme Court Upholds Audit Law, Ending Otto's Lawsuit
Wisconsin Elections Commission Approves Spending on Security
Michigan Legislature: No More Election Recounts Like 2016's
Liberal Talk Radio Host Joins Wis. Governor's Race
Sign-Up for $100 Wis. Child Rebate to Open May 15
Dayton Appoints Democratic Rep. Thissen to Supreme Court
House Aims to Cut Tipped Workers' Minimum Wage
Youth Offender, Repeat Criminal Crackdowns Get Walker's OK

Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to Boy


UPDATE: Waffle House Suspect still Being Sought; Residents on Alert

First Lady Barbara Bush Funeral Updates

North Korea Says It Will Suspend Nuclear and Missile Testing

In Lawsuit, DNC Blames Election Loss on Trump-Russia Alliance

Southwest Offers Apology, $5K, to Passengers on Damaged Jet

Wells Fargo to Pay $1B for Mortgage, Auto Lending Abuses

4 Missouri Brothers Left Home Alone Die in Fire

Rudy Giuliani to Join Trump Legal Team in Russia Probe

Cuba's New President Vows Socialist Continuity

After Syria Missile Strikes, US Stuck in Holding Pattern

Trump Admin Starts Plan to Drill in Arctic Wildlife Refuge

Melania Trump, Obamas, Clintons to Attend Bush Funeral

Thousands of Manufacturers Seek Relief from Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

Free Food for Thought: Campus Food Pantries Proliferate

Crash in Becker County kills 2, Injures 2
Man Killed After Suspect Fleeing Police Struck his Vehicle
Walker Seeks Federal Waiver for Reinsurance in Wisconsin
New Data: Americans Filling Far Fewer Opioid Prescriptions
Wells Fargo Closing 4 Northland Branches
Starbucks to Close Stores for Bias Training

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Governor Signs Bill Relaxing Rental Regulations


Walker Signs Bill Limiting Employer Agreements


Walker: Campaign Work Helped Johnson and Trump, Not Voter ID


Walker Pledges Not to Join Cabinet During a Third Term


Walker Signs Bill Expanding National Guard Benefits


Husband of Wis. Lt. Gov. Retiring from Legislature


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Northland Couple on 2000 Mile Bike Trek to "Save the Boundary Waters"

A Northland couple is taking a stand against the proposed sulfide-ore copper mining with a 2000 mile bike trek to the nation's capital.

UMD Students Host Glensheen Go Green Event

The student organized event focused on the effects of plastic pollution. The event featured several activities like building plastic planters and participating in a grounds sweep.

Sam Cook Makes Retirement Announcement

Sam Cook, Outdoor Reporter with the Duluth News Tribune, will soon be putting down his notebook and heading into retirement after 38 years at the DNT.

AICHO Starts Gardening Bed Project

AICHO is building garden beds for their rooftop.

UMN Students Start Campaign Against Sexual Misconduct

The UMN Gopher football team is participating in campaign fighting against sexual assault on campus.

Feehan, Hagedorn Get Party Nods In Minnesota's 1st District

Republicans and Democrats in Minnesota's 1st District picked candidates for the U.S. House.

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