Even before Minnesota's legislators reconvene today, leaders are jostling over divergent agendas.
Updated: February 11, 2008, - 11:46 PM
DFLers will propose a measure that includes tax increases, including one in the gas tax, to provide an infusion of money for the state's roads and bridges.
Updated: February 11, 2008, - 05:40 PM
Pocketbook issues are the norm for the Legislature, but transportation and taxes are taking on new urgency this year.
Updated: February 09, 2008, - 09:44 PM
Swept up in the fever of taking part in what amounted to a national primary, Minnesotans virtually stormed their caucus sites. Democrat Barack Obama cruised to a blow-out victory over rival Hillary Clinton, while Republican Mitt Romney scored a decisive triumph over John McCain.
Updated: February 06, 2008, - 08:10 AM
For Senate campaigns, the caucuses are all about turning out committed supporters who stand up among the crowds.
Updated: February 04, 2008, - 08:35 AM
The Minnesota governor heads to Illinois tomorrow to try to lock up that state's 70 delegates for Sen. John McCain on Super Tuesday.
Updated: February 01, 2008, - 11:07 AM
With just a week to go before Minnesota joins the presidential fray, candidates and their helpers are descending on the state.
Updated: January 28, 2008, - 09:07 PM
The governors of Minnesota and Arizona take to the airwaves to urge Congress to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Updated: January 23, 2008, - 10:16 PM
With public works funding increasingly tight, Gov. Tim Pawlenty issued a stern warning today that escalating costs and lack of agreement may jeopardize the Central Corridor Light Rail transit line between Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Updated: January 23, 2008, - 03:48 PM