plus: The Legislative Audit cites a lack of oversight in DHS grant grants; Klobuchar visits Ukraine; more….
Although most people are drawn to the state fair for the rides, food and entertainment, the state’s elected officials have a strong tradition of politicking at fairs….
Many people outside of the United States have traveled to Minnesota for abortions over the years. However, because neighboring states limit access, data suggests that patients of color might not be able to travel to Minnesota….
Plus – Republican Senator Torrey Westrom fights residency challenge; floodplain forest signs of stress; University of Minnesota service employees demand higher wages; students move in; and many other things….
Plus, Minneapolis Service Center closes; booster shot disparities and the first Hmong Fair food seller; and many other things….
In spring 2020, Trump’s tweet “Liberate Minnesota” was against a TikTok song and dance video that suggested Minnesota wasn’t keeping people safe from COVID. How analysts have ranked Minnesota’s response to pandemics two years later. In the race to be governor, he was sometimes cited. …
“Engaging local readers in shaping local journalism is one the most important trends that have reached local news agencies across the country.”…
Plus, Minneapolis holds a public hearing about police use of drones; why some doctors recommend a Mediterranean diet to people with long COVID; Parkway Theater celebrates The Big Lebowski; plus more…
Plus; Gunfire between security guards at Abbott Northwestern Hospital and an “unwanted individual on the property”; MSP prepares to face a post-pandemic world; Schatzlein Saddle Shop closes after 115 years; and many other things….
According to the American Medical Association, there is a shortage of doctors in America. It estimates that the country will have between 37,800- 124,000 doctors within twelve years….