Some Minnesota cities responding to edibles law with temporary bans

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Jenny Berg writes for the Star TribuneSeveral Minnesota cities have temporarily banned THC edibles following a new law that was put into effect at the start of the month. St. Joseph, in central Minnesota, and Marshall in Western Minnesota have approved moratoriums to stop the production and sale of hemp-derived edibles. Waite Park, Prior Lake and two other cities are also considering moratoriums. … Temporary prohibitions are intended to allow city staff to investigate the issue and draft ordinances to regulate sales and manufacturing of edibles.

Tim Pugmire, MPR: “DFL Lieutenant Governor. Peggy Flanagan criticized her Republican opponent Tuesday for making disturbing remarks about abortion. Flanagan is Governor. Flanagan, who is Gov. Birk is Scott Jensen’s running mate. Birk spoke at the National Right to Life Conference, Georgia on the same day as Roe v. Wade was overturned. This video was released by the Walz-Flanagan campaign. Birk stated that abortion after a rape is not legal. He also stated that our culture encourages abortion by telling women that they should have careers.

Mary Divine wrote in the Pioneer PressBaseball and beer will soon be coming to Hudson (Wis.) in a big way. Monday night, the Hudson City Council unanimously approved Lift Bridge Brewery’s plans to construct a brewery and taproom on the former St. Croix Meadows dog-track site in Hudson. The project includes a 1,400-seat stadium for the St. Croix River Hounds, a Northwoods League baseball team made up of college athletes competing during the summer season. The identities of the owners of the team were not revealed. The $16 million brewery will open in June 2023. The $8 million baseball park is expected to open in June 2023.

Brian Bakst also reports at MPR: “Unvaccinated Minnesota State Government employees no longer need to take weekly COVID-19 testing to continue reporting for duty. This quiet shift has not resolved all disputes regarding workplace vaccination policies. The governor. When Gov. According to a state official, the decision was made to adapt COVID-19’s executive branch to the changing nature of the virus.

This is Paul Huttner, MPR. “Relief!” A cool summer front is blowing through Minnesota. The front will be accompanied by southwest winds that shift to the northwest and west. The inbound air mass is cooler and less humid than the sticky 90s this week. Wednesday’s highs will be 5-10 degrees cooler in most places, with 70s and low 80s in the north and mainly upper 80s for southern and western Minnesota.

Dareh Gregorian, reports that more than a dozen House Democrats were detained outside the Supreme Court Tuesday in a protest against the June ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. According to Capitol Police, 35 arrests were made including 17 lawmakers. The arrests included Reps. Alexandria Ocasio–Cortez and Carolyn Maloney in New York, Ilhan Omar from Minnesota, Rashida Tulaib and Barbara Lee, as well as Katherine Clark and Ayanna Powellley of Massachusetts. They claimed they were engaged in civil disobedience.

KARE 11’s Laura Leamanczyk reports that Hennepin County will spend more than a million dollars to settle the lawsuit brought by Arianna Hunziker’s family. She was a toddler who was killed by her foster parents, while she was under the care of the county. Hunziker was only three years old when she was discovered “severely undernourished” and dehydrated. Her neck and body were bound with sheets that had been wrapped around her. Arianna was murdered by her foster parents, Sherrie Dirk and Bryce Dirk. Arianna was placed with her aunt, Sherrie Dirk. Hennepin County also placed Arianna and her brother with this family.

At KSTP-TV, Ashley Halbach says, “Gov. In recognition of an award-winning local indigenous restaurant, Tim Walz has officially declared Tuesday, July 19th ‘Owamni Day’ in Minnesota. The 2022 James Beard Award was presented to the Minneapolis restaurant for Best New Restaurant. The menu was created by Chef Sean Sherman, founder of “The Sioux Chef,” and highlights native foods such as turkey, bison and wild rice.

Phil Miller writes in the Star Tribune. “The pitch was three to four inches above strike zone, a 92 mph fastball by Dodgers righthander Tony Gonsolin. Byron Buxton shouldn’t be swinging at that pitch.” Buxton could make fun of that fourth-inning pitch because he blasted the ball 425 feet over the NL bullpen into a Dodger Stadium restaurant. His home run was the tiebreaking and, ultimately, game-winning run in the AL’s 3-1 All-Star win at Dodger Stadium.

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