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Leah Phifer announced Wednesday that she will not continue her Congressional campaign.

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

Minn. Supreme Court Upholds Audit Law, Ending Otto's Lawsuit

Wisconsin Elections Commission Approves Spending on Security

Michigan Senate Panel Advances Work Requirement for Medicaid

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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

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Youth Offender, Repeat Criminal Crackdowns Get Walker's OK
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
Michigan Governor Calls for Upgrading Security at Schools

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

Pompeo Met with North Korean Leader over Easter Weekend

Barbara Bush Passes Away at 92

Dick's Destroying All Guns it Pulled from Shelves

US to Consult with China over Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

Starbucks to Close Stores for Bias Training

Fox: Management Was Unaware of Hannity's Connection to Trump Attorney

Mighty Mississippi: Scientists Use Model in Land Loss Fight

Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of Immigration Law

Supreme Court Dismisses Microsoft Search Case

Sandy Hook Families File Suit Against Infowars' Alex Jones

Syrian State Media Report New Missile Attack in Homs Region

Trump Tower Fire Caused by Overloaded Power Strips

Tribes' Request for More Say in Dakota Access Pipeline Study Denied
Prince's Doctor Fined for Illegal Prescription
US Regulators Float Ideas for Boosting Medical Device Safety
Fish Oil Capsules Don't Help Dry Eye Symptoms, Study Finds
Starbucks to Close Stores for Bias Training
Family Sized Salisbury Steak Recall

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Comey says Trump Morally Unfit to be President


Wis. Attorney General Suggests Voter ID helped Trump Win State


Minn. House Bill Would Make Money Available to Satellite Broadband


State Won't Collect $30 Million in MinnesotaCare Premiums


Dayton Seeks Nearly $1M to Keep Suicide Hotline Afloat


Dayton Criticizes His Predecessor Pawlenty


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Prince's Doctor Fined for Illegal Prescription

Prosecutors will announce Thursday whether they will file charges in Prince's death.

Younkers, Herberger's Closing: What's the Affect on Northland Malls

Younkers,
Herberger's Closing: What's the Affect on Northland Malls

Phifer Won't Run in 8th District Primary

Leah Phifer announced Wednesday that she will not continue her Congressional campaign.

UMD Hockey Celebrate Win At Capitol

Governor Dayton congratulated the UMD hockey team at the state capitol.

BWCA School Trust Lands Dispute Moves Closer to Resolution

BWCA School Trust Lands Dispute Moves Closer to Resolution

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

A bill being considered in the Minnesota Legislature would tighten rules for phone use while driving.

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