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A weekend of big decisions and drama on opposite ends of the state are setting the stage for what should be a busy and contentious midterm election season in Minnesota.
We are now in the final hours of the 2018 Legislative Session. Not surprisingly, lawmakers and Governor Dayton seem headed for an impasse...
With one week left in the legislative session, we'll be watching what happens with some major pieces of legislation this week that impact you.
House Republicans introduced their 2018 bonding bill at the State Capitol this week. They're proposing to spend $825 million on a variety of public works projects...
State Rep. Rod Hamilton (R-Mountain Lake) is being accused of sexual misconduct and has been suspended from his role as chair of the House Agriculture Finance committee.
Time is running short for Gov. Dayton and state lawmakers to reach agreement on how to conform Minnesota's tax code to the new federal tax law...
Tim Pawlenty is, of course, no stranger to the Governor's office. He served as Minnesota governor from 2003-2011. Now, he's hoping to get back into state politics after an eight year break ...
Tim Pawlenty wants to be governor of Minnesota again. On Thursday, the Republican entered the 2018 governor's race, where he will try to win a third term in office ...
Vice President Mike Pence made a rare visit to Minnesota this week to promote the Trump administration's newly passed tax cuts ...
On this week's "At Issue," Tom Hauser and political analysts delve into the pressing issues at the State Legislature this session, including funding for MNLARS fixes, gun control and school safety ...
Gov. Mark Dayton made a budget proposal Friday that accounts for changes in the state economy and federal tax law since the budget was passed last year.
Gov. Mark Dayton announced his plan for school safety and reducing gun violence this week at the Capitol ...
Minnesota budget officials say lawmakers have a $329 surplus with which to work in the upcoming biennium ...
Minnesota state leaders are now back at the Capitol for the start of the 2018 legislative session ...
Tom Hauser and analysts break down the latest political news on this week's "At Issue" ...
U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan announced he plans to retire at the end of his current term ...
This week on "At Issue," Richard Davis, executive chairman of U.S. Bank and one of the Co-chairs of the Super Bowl Host Committee, stopped by to talk about the Super Bowl and related festivities ...
"At Issue" for Jan. 28, 2017, takes a look at how Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport prepared to handle the influx of travelers for the Super Bowl ...
"At Issue" with Tom Hauser for Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 ...
The election year clock is already ticking for new Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith. She has less than 10 Months to raise maybe as much as $20 million for the 2018 election ...