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Minnesota House casts historic vote to legalize marijuana

It still faces long odds to become law this year, with just days left in the session and opposition from Republicans in control of the state Senate.
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Lincoln Schlagel, 13, of Howard Lake, Minn., winced as he got his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Thursday at Children’s Minnesota.
ANTHONY SOUFFLÉ • anthony.souffle@startribune.com
Lincoln Schlagel, 13, of Howard Lake, Minn., winced as he got his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Thursday at Children’s Minnesota.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz to lift state's mask mandate Friday

Businesses will be free to make their own decisions about whether to ask customers or employees to mask up, and Minneapolis will keep its requirement until officials there have had time to review data and consult health advisers.
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Minnesota utilities fell $90M short in protecting customers from February storm costs, agency says

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