Corey Mitchell

Reporter | Washington Bureau
Phone: Washington: 202-383-6121 Minneapolis: 612-673-4491
Corey Mitchell covers Minnesota-related issues in Congress.

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GOP switches to court of public opinion

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court decision upholding the 2010 health care law provided a huge political boost for President Obama, but it also serves up a fresh new campaign issue for races in Minnesota and across the nation.

Updated: June 28, 2012, - 08:47 PM

High court ruling throws state campaign law into doubt

Rejection of corporate donation ban may affect disclosure rules.

Updated: June 25, 2012, - 11:58 PM

Congress urged to ease rules that hurt wire transfer firms

Manager of Somali-owned company said his industry is at a "dead end" in Minnesota unless lawmakers act.

Updated: June 21, 2012, - 08:38 PM

Graves' wealth is between $22M, $111M

Rep. Bachmann seeks to use financial disclosure against her challenger.

Updated: June 20, 2012, - 09:24 PM

House agrees to pay Minnesota tribes $28 million

$28 million will be paid to bands for land and timber.

Updated: June 18, 2012, - 09:27 PM

Hubert Humphrey III has his eye on senior scammers

Former state Sen.r and Attorney General of Minnesota HubertHumphrey III is now the nation’s chief consumer advocate for senior citizens.

Updated: June 14, 2012, - 07:55 PM

Hot Dish Politics: Minorities weighing Minnesota ballot issues

A trip to Washington D.C. last month by several Minnesota faith leaders could foreshadow where the state's minority communities will lean on two controversial ballot issues come November.

Updated: June 09, 2012, - 07:41 PM

Business trip: Obama to visit Twin Cities next week

Stop includes a Friday speech at Honeywell and a fundraiser at the Bachelor Farmer restaurant.

Updated: May 25, 2012, - 08:45 PM

Anonymous donor gives $7M to Coleman group

Group pushing IRS to strip American Action Network of its tax-exempt status, arguing it's a political action group.

Updated: May 16, 2012, - 09:52 PM

Accretive to comply with Franken's query, CEO says

Accretive Health CEO Mary Tolan has pledged to fully respond to questions that Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., posed last month about the company's debt-collection tactics and patient-privacy practices at Fairview hospitals.

Updated: May 10, 2012, - 11:00 PM

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