Minneapolis, St. Paul gain larger slice of metro population

For the first time in a century, the central cities' share of the metro area's population is on pace to grow instead of shrink, a stunning reversal that long seemed unlikely. And the shift is most noticeable in the downtowns.
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Protesters briefly halt Pride parade in Minneapolis
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Black Lives Matter protesters blocked the Pride Parade along Hennepin...

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Tens of thousands of people watched the procession, which unfolded two days after organizers reinstated an invitation to police officers. Apart from the protest, officers got a generally warm reception.
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Conventionally farmed land is literally dirt poor. A Vermont couple has set out to change that.

Small tweaks like Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer zones won't make this system sustainable. Small tweaks in our economic model can make a difference, however.

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