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The state's interim cannabis director, under contract until mid-February, said Minnesota remains on track to have dispensaries open by 2025.
Returning to Congress after his primary challenge to President Biden would be "both unproductive and uncomfortable," Phillips said.
"I would expect that by this time next month, the units will be in the field," said Mike Hanson, director of Minnesota's Office of Traffic Safety.
She was forced out of her party leadership role in 2021 amid allegations she created a toxic workplace.
The center will study the public health effects of marijuana legalization in the state.
Their attacks mirror a strategy used a decade ago that conservatives say helped them flip the state House.
Samuels, a former Minneapolis City Council member, came within about two percentage points of defeating Omar last year.
Morrison, an assistant Minnesota Senate majority leader and practicing OB-GYN, is the second Democrat to seek Phillips' seat.
Craig also broke with most in her party last week to support a GOP bill that tied Israel aid to IRS funding cuts.
Phillips, a third-term congressman and heir to a liquor fortune, is challenging Biden for the Democratic presidential nomination.
There's worry among Democrats that Phillips' run will hurt Biden's re-election chances.
Some of the early growers are farmers, teachers, scientists and entrepreneurs.
Rep. Dean Phillips is set to challenge President Joe Biden in the Democratic presidential primary election.
Emmer's bid for the speakership fell apart after former President Donald Trump and his allies publicly undermined him.
Emmer's conservative bona fides were called into question by former President Donald Trump and his allies.
A deadline to file for New Hampshire's closely watched presidential primary election is just over a week away.
The follow-up statement from the chapter of Democratic Socialists of America came after its original remarks were widely denounced.
The Twin Cities chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America issued a "statement of solidarity with Palestine."
Vadnais Heights DFLer tested at the jail with 0.16% blood alcohol level, twice the legal limit.
"It just doesn't make any sense," donor Mark Davis said about what Right Now Minnesota has reported spending its money on.
Erin DuPree, a self-described cannabis industry entrepreneur and hemp shop owner, stepped down a day after Gov. Tim Walz appointed her after a Star Tribune report revealed she had sold illegal products at her hemp store.
The evolving technology, if used deceptively, could cause harm to democracy, officials say.
The governor's first pick, a cannabis business owner, stepped down a day after being appointed after the Star Tribune revealed she had sold illegal products.
Erin DuPree stepped aside Friday, a day after Walz appointed her to lead the Office of Cannabis Management.
Erin DuPree was selling high-dose cannabis products at her hemp shop that weren't compliant with state law.
Erin DuPree has never worked in government but says her experience with startup businesses makes her well-suited for the role.
Possession is allowed. Consumption and open containers are not.
Three Biden administration officials visited Minnesota this week within days of one another.
The House Democratic leaders' endorsements of Omar come a year before she's set to face primary challengers.
Former Sen. Melisa López Franzen started as the U's executive director of government and community relations on Monday.
The July haul is a partial snapshot of the state's hemp-derived THC gummy and drink market.
Omar, an outspoken human rights advocate, took the trip funded by the country that has been widely criticized for human rights abuses.
The state's marijuana law says selling it without a license is a crime ranging from a petty misdemeanor to a felony.
State agencies are looking to downsize their offices as many employees continue to work from home.
U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips has not ruled out a possible primary challenge to President Joe Biden.
Minnesota is the 23rd state to legalize recreational cannabis. Here's a detailed look at what the new law allows — and what it won't.
Celebrations, shrugs and hand-wringing mark the beginning of legal weed in Minnesota.
The "CanRenew" grant program was largely overlooked during debate over the sweeping new cannabis law.
Selling without a license is still a crime. Other than medical marijuana, hemp-derived products and tribal dispensaries, Minnesota now has a "gray" market.
A new office will give the Education Department the investigatory authority it lacked during the $250 million fraud case, officials said.
Starting Aug. 1 Minnesotans can smoke marijuana in a park, on a sidewalk or outside a restaurant or bar, unless their city passes or has an existing ordinance prohibiting it.
The party is working to recover from losing every statewide race and control of the state Senate last year.
Security camera footage from a Mora, Minn., liquor store purportedly shows Wolgamott drinking in the parking lot before driving away.
Walz was unaware of appointee's past until questioned about it by the Star Tribune, his office said.
Not everyone who works with cannabis will be growing or selling it. There will be cannabis accountants, lawyers, insurance agents and more.
Commissioner Jim Schowalter will leave the agency, Deputy Commissioner Erin Campbell will take his place.
The State Patrol arrested Rep. Dan Wolgamott on Friday evening.
New laws are being challenged in court.
The agency's massive Direct Care and Treatment division will spin off into its own agency, taking its nearly 5,000 employees with it.
A number of new laws passed by the Legislature this year take effect July 1.
The more than half-billion-dollar investment comes from the federal infrastructure act.
Minnesota will hire a new student loan ombudsperson to help borrowers resolve disputes, understand debt terms.
New legislative requirements will mandate civics and personal finance courses.
State's legal cannabis market could also serve more than 700,000 consumers annually, a new analysis shows.
A team of regulators have started creating the Office of Cannabis Management, which will oversee Minnesota's marijuana market.
Minnesota GOP spokesman says post was "uncalled for," and that the party has asked for it to be taken down.
Federal law prohibits cannabis users from having firearms, even if marijuana is legal in their state.
The Chaska physician alleges the two worked together on "politically motivated" investigations into his medical license.
Use, possession and home-growing become legal on Aug. 1, while retail sales are likely at least a year away.
From Social Security tax exemptions to gun restrictions, DFL leaders at the State Capitol held their caucuses together on divisive issues.
Walz's veto was rebuked by the Legislature's People of Color and Indigenous Caucus, and the bill's Senate sponsor.
Here's what was left unfinished when the Minnesota Legislature adjourned Monday.
Republicans say the new budget will make it much more expensive to live in Minnesota.
GOP legislative leaders and the chair of the Minnesota Republican Party blast Democrats for raising taxes amid surplus.
Lawmakers sent a $2.6 billion infrastructure package to Gov. Tim Walz's desk on the final day of session.
The tax bill includes one-time rebates, tax credits and $1 billion in tax increases. It now heads to Gov. Tim Walz.
The bill would legalize marijuana for adults in Minnesota.
The DFL-controlled House voted 73-57 to give its approval. A Senate vote could come Friday, potentially sending the marijuana bill to the governor's desk by the weekend. Gov. Tim Walz has pledged to sign it.
Filings show the former Minnesota GOP chair is leading a cancer charity named after her late husband, former U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn.
A conference committee finished merging the House and Senate bills to legalize recreational use.
Democrats seek to pass a state budget, legalize marijuana and add gun control laws ahead of planned May adjournment.
Spending deal includes money for a previously unfunded mandate that school districts raised concerns about.
The Senate and House bills now head to conference committee, where they'll be merged into one.
Minnesota students from families making under $80,000 annually would qualify for the new free tuition program.
DFL legislative negotiators say it could help alleviate declining enrollment and the state's worker shortage.