House and Senate lawmakers expressed concern Wednesday in response to a new legislative auditor’s report that found the state’s troubled license and registration system has inaccurately charged some Minnesotans for vehicle registrations.
The statistics came in response to a data request from Rep. Paul Torkelson (R-Hanska), chair of the House Transportation Finance Committee, and detailed Metro Transit Police Department efforts to combat a spike in incidents last year.
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.
Nearly 90 percent of those who took the 2018 House of Representatives’ State Fair Opinion Poll support requiring criminal background checks on all gun sales, including private transactions and sales made at gun shows.
Not thrilled by the bonding package put on his desk, Gov. Mark Dayton has nonetheless put his signature on a nearly $1.46 billion capital investment law.
If Republicans keep control of the Minnesota House this November they'll have a new majority leader in 2019.
In the days leading up to the end of the 2018 legislative session May 20, Gov. Mark Dayton repeatedly pledged to veto major pieces of legislation that included provisions he wou...
The infrastructure-heavy plan contains $1.43 billion in total appropriations; $825 million of which would be general obligation bonding.
Sponsored by Rep. Tim O'Driscoll (R-Sartell) and Sen. Julie Rosen (R-Vernon Center), the bill would help stabilize pension plans for more than 500,000 Minnesotans, including teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees.