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Legislation aimed at disposable wipes could aid state's stressed sewers

In the old days, the only option in bathrooms was toilet paper. But with the advent of flushable wipes, people have gotten used to disposing many other types of material down th...

House lawmakers OK $330 million in measures taking aim at pandemic's impact

An additional $330.6 million to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota is a signature away from helping many Minnesotans.

House, Senate plan to act on more COVID-19 proposals Thursday

House lawmakers are working on additional legislation to help the state combat the COVID-19 virus and could take action within 48 hours.

House working on proposals to address COVID-19 pandemic

House is working on ways to help Minnesotans affected by COVID-19. Members also look for opportunities to receive feedback.

COVID-19: What's been done, is being done and could be done by House

Under different circumstances, the State Office Building would have a flurry of activity, with dozens and dozens of bills being heard and acted upon in anticipation of the first...

House, Senate pass $200 million for health care providers in fight against COVID-19

In the early hours of Tuesday, the House passed a bill to provide $200 million for health care providers in need of support to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Scaled-back Legislature continues work ahead of four-week recess

Legislators will continue to work with each other and the public, even as the House and Senate take increased precautionary measures to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Precaution: Legislature to be ‘on-call’ for four weeks

Because of COVID-19, House, Senate leaders announced the Legislature will work by alternate means until April 14.

House committee, workplace changes to be implemented

How the House of Representatives operates for at least next week is going to be much different.

Week in Review: March 9-13

Unusual and unpredictable don’t even begin to describe all that’s happened this week. Regular House business increasingly gave way to meetings about COVID-19 and the issues that...
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