Another call to end filibuster, Sen. Amy Klobuchar bill tackles big-tech, more Jan. 6, hearings, and Finstad is among the NRCC’s Young Guns….
Plus – St. Thomas will not pursue plans to develop a hockey arena at Highland Bridge; Canada will resume Remote Area Border Crossing program; Post-9/11 service bonuses are now available for Minnesota Veterans….
Plus – Former Trump supporter sentenced to send threatening emails to Rep. Ilhan Olmar; Dai Thao will be leaving the St. Paul City Council and American Public Media will cancel “In the Dark” podcast….
The state’s mining sector contributed over $2 billion to Arrowhead’s economy in 2018. Taconite production, a type iron ore mined in the State, grew after the imposition of tariffs on Chinese steel….
More: More than 900,000. Minnesotans can apply for “Heroes” bonuses. Chauvin will be sentenced Thursday to federal charges. Wild gathers information following a report that Kirill Kaprizov, a star in Russia, is wanted by the FBI….
Plus – Albert Lea residents clean up 6 inches of rain; Peacebunny Foundation president is charged with two felonies of animal cruelty, torture and murder; Rudy Gobert, a member the Minnesota Timberwolves; and many other things….
One solution: While many Americans may be eager to see “The Big Short” and believe that the Great Recession has passed, it is still felt strongly in Black communities. …
After Gov. Tim Walz. The bill passed but there was no explanation for the bill’s sweep. …
The median American home cost was $107,600, or $79,600, but the annual income required to pay it is now $28,000. …
Plus – Minnesota House Democrats confess they kept quiet about the edibles bill in order to increase their chances of passage; Guthrie and Illusion theatres cancel shows because of COVID; Justin Sutherland, a local chef, was injured in a weekend boating accident; plus more….