Rep. Jim Knoblach (R-St. Cloud) is ending his re-election campaign effective immediately.
The decision comes after a Minnesota Public Radio report Friday indicating it planned to publish detailed accusations from his now-adult daughter of inappropriate behavior by Knoblach.
“Our daughter has been estranged from our family for some time. In late 2016 she made some extremely hurtful and untrue accusations on a Facebook post, which was briefly put up and then taken down. These accusations were fully investigated by Sherburne County, dismissed, and the case closed in April 2017.
The House Agriculture Policy Committee gathered Saturday to consider using, for the first time, a 17-year-old state statute that would allow it block a controversial groundwater protection rule proposed by the Department of Agriculture earlier this year.
Prosecutors could hold organizations that recruit, train or aid an individual arrested for damaging oil pipelines, railways, airports and other “critical infrastructure” both civilly and criminally liable under bill passed in the House.
The omnibus supplemental budget conference committee resumed its work Friday evening by discussing, amending and beginning to adopt a number of articles related to health and human services.
In the final days and hours of the 2018 session, Gov. Mark Dayton and the Legislature still don’t see eye-to-eye on a number of key issues.
The release process for committed sex offenders and other inmates from state mental health facilities would be impacted by a bill passed 119-0 by the House Friday.
A proposal that would allow St. Paul to use design-build contracting to make improvements on a water treatment plant was passed by the House Friday.
The House Ways and Means Committee amended the bill that manages some appropriations for environmental projects Thursday before sending it to the House Floor.
State government is divided on what to do about reforming elder care in Minnesota — institute decisive reform now, or wait and study the issue further before committing?
The House on Thursday passed HF4437 76-54 to put on November’s ballot a proposed constitutional amendment that would require allocating sales tax revenues from motor vehicle parts and repair to the state’s highway construction fund.
The House voted 128-0 Thursday to authorize certain land sales and make a number of modifications to state land lease and public property sale requirements.
'A very successful session?' Or, 'a debacle?' The reviews are mixed in the immediate aftermath of the 2018 session.
Introduced in March 2017 by Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein (DFL-New Brighton) and Sen. Carolyn Laine (DFL-Columbia Heights), HF2470/SF2259, aims to stop the cycle of opioid misuse and addiction through education.
The conference committee tasked with hammering out the differences that divide the House and Senate on a laundry list of major issues met for the first time Tuesday afternoon.
Republican legislative majority offers mixed reactions to proposed tax system overhauls and DMV fixes.
The latest numbers are a $517 million swing from the November forecast
The state’s latest economic forecast projects a budget deficit of $188 million for the current two-year biennium, and a $586 million deficit for the 2020-21 biennium
The budget process explained — and why it matters