The Associated Press reports that Wisconsin AttorneyGeneral Josh Kaul filed a lawsuit to force nearly 20 businesses, including 3M, to pay the state for cleanup and investigations.
MPR News’ Dan Kraker has an article on the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe’s constitution that requires that a person be of 25 percent tribal blood. This requirement is known as “blood quantum” and Tribal officials will begin counting ballots Wednesday in an advisory vote. This will help guide the tribe as they consider reforming their constitution.
Abdi Mohamed interviews Rep. Ilhan Omar talks about what she has done in Congress on issues related to abortion access, gun control, and voting rights, among other timely topics.
Caitlin A Anderson of Hometown Source reports the Metropolitan Council approved the final corridor plan Metro Transit’s E Line which is an arterial bus rapid transit route linking Edina and Minneapolis.
Adam Uren from Bring Me the News reports Minneapolis officials claim there will be a “significant present” of law enforcement at the Festival which starts Wednesday.
Tommy Wiita, from Bring Me the News, writes that Dave Chappelle is being criticized for allowing him to perform despite his comments about trans people and the LGTBQ+ communities in a Netflix special. Mark Snyder from Minneapolis pointed to on Twitter how Chappelle’s comments are in violation of the code of conduct for patrons at downtown nightclubs.
Nick Longworth, FOX9, has a piece about how you can appeal if you are denied a Minnesota frontline worker Bonus.