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September 18
Scott Jensen, GOP candidate for governor of Minnesota.

Reckless COVID talk will hurt, not heal

GOP candidate's call to flout new requirements is irresponsible at best.
September 17
General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrives to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee in Washington on June 10

Probe general's calls and Trump's behavior

Congress should learn more about Milley's calls to China as well as the former president's actions.
September 16
Find new ways to transport school kids

Find new ways to transport school kids

It was an issue before the pandemic, and new approaches are needed.
September 15
A St. Louis Park Police squad car and camera pole sat in the parking lot of the Beth El Synagogue on Sept. 10 after the Anti-Defamation League regiona

Community rallies after hate incidents

An anti-Asian and two anti-Semitic events last week are met with widespread empathy and unity.
September 14
An image from an electron microscope shows SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Considering ivermectin? Enroll in clinical trial

Taking the drug in safe doses to aid COVID research is far preferable to a do-it-yourself approach.
September 13
A solar farm in Lennon, Mich.

Shining a new light on solar energy

The Biden administration is rightly committed to decarbonizing the electrical grid.
September 12
Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson.

Hennepin sheriff takes humane approach

David Hutchinson wants to build trust, safer communities by treating immigrants fairly.
September 11
President Joe Biden spoke Thursday about his plan to stop the Delta variant and boost COVID-19 vaccinations.

A needed push to get back to normal

Biden's new vaccine and testing requirements will protect public health and the economy.
September 10
President George W. Bush with firefighter Bob Beckwith during a tour of the devastation in New York following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

20 years on, 9/11-era unity elusive

Americans must rediscover cohesion in order to contend with today's transnational threats.
September 9
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, joined by county and St. Paul city leaders, at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021. Choi announced the end of

Here's a police reform that will work

Ramsey County Attorney John Choi adopts the right strategy on low-level traffic stops.
September 8

Consider COVID tests part of your duty to others

Minnesota has prioritized no-cost, convenient options, and regular testing is key to controlling spread.
September 7
The Yes 4 Minneapolis campaign delivered petitions to replace the Police Department with a Department of Public Safety to City Hall in April.

Judge made right call on ballot language

Proposed public safety amendment was vague and misleading.
September 6
Respond to learning woes caused by pandemic

Respond to learning woes caused by pandemic

Math and reading test results show that Minnesota students lost ground on proficiency.
September 5
A Minneapolis Tribune editorial from Labor Day in 1981 asks questions of employers, employees and others with a stake in the workplace that remain per

A Labor Day appeal to all Americans

This year, as in 1981, it's constructive for individuals to look into the mirror.
September 4
Require vaccination for state's K-12 teachers

Require vaccination for state's K-12 teachers

Thwarting an evolving virus requires evolving strategies. Shots for educators is one of them.
September 3
Taking the lead on new clean energy

Taking the lead on new clean energy

A plan to help utilities go carbon-free by 2030 would be a boon.
September 2
The seal of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The Fed board lacks consensus on whether to develop a digital dollar, but the questi

What if digits were U.S. dollars?

U.S. should sense an urgency in creating a truly digital currency.
September 1
Sondra and Don Samuels, at left, stood alongside Cathy Spann, Audua Pugh and Michael Pugh in the Jordan neighborhood of Minneapolis in July.

Trusted voices oppose Mpls. police gambit

Longtime leaders Don and Sondra Samuels have a personal stake in future of public safety.
August 31
The home of the University of Minnesota Gophers, photographed in August 2020.

The U is fumbling COVID stadium plan

A handful of conscientious college programs are requiring vaccination or a negative test. The Gophers should do the same.
August 30
People donate blood in Minneapolis in March 2020.

More of us need to donate blood

Red Cross reports that supply is not keeping up with increased demand.
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