Minnesota Nurses Association schedules strike vote for August 15


Christopher Snowbeck of the Star Tribune reports that the Minnesota Nurses Association scheduled a strike ballot for Monday, August 15,. This is because a contract dispute between hospitals and around 15,000 nurses in Duluth and the Twin Cities continues. After a 10-day notice to hospitals, the vote would allow nurse negotiations leaders to call a strike.

Via Bring Me the News On Wednesday, the Minneapolis Police Department shared trend data on gun violence with the Public Health & Safety Committee. MPD analysis revealed that the most shooting-related calls this year were also the ones with the highest amounts of fentanyl pills found.

From the KSTP Minnesotans spent nearly $8 billion on excessive drinking in 2019. That’s almost $1,400 per person according to a report from the Minnesota Department of Health. Nearly three quarters of financial costs were attributed to lost productivity due to excessive drinking.

Brian Bakst from MPR News profiles Leigh Finke who, after Tuesday’s primary win, could be the first transgender person to enter the Minnesota Legislature.

Al Brown, photographer and Steve Floyd took a celebration sail along the St. Croix River at Stillwater to celebrate the Minnesota State Spokesman-Recorder’s 1988th anniversary.

The Star Tribune celebrates the 30-year anniversary of opening the Mall of America.

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