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Questions remain of how legislation made it through Republican-controlled Senate.
Edibles and beverages may contain 5 milligrams of cannabis ingredient THC per serving and 50 milligrams per package.
They say tax rebates and tax cuts would have more impact.
Jensen's plan to fight inflation includes phasing out the state's income tax and vetoing "wasteful spending."
The DFL governor is pitching $2,000 rebate checks for couples and $1,000 for individuals.
The college system's board of trustees approved the increase Wednesday amid student opposition.
Ellison said he is prepared to defend travelers who get abortions here if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Corbin Hoornbeek will assume the role in August.
The family physician from Chaska took aim at the state Board of Medical Practice.
David McMillan resigned Tuesday from the U's Board of Regents.
The 3.5% tuition increase for resident students at the Twin Cities campus is the largest in a decade.
Administrators say "problem property" was the site of several criminal incidents.
Michelle Mattson will start as Carleton's provost on July 15.
From homebuying to building savings, the student loan payment pause changed these Minnesotans' lives
Minnesotans share how the pause on federal student loan payments helped them.
The man's vehicle was broadsided and rolled into a median.
The two-vehicle crash happened Saturday evening.
A growing number of jobs are opening up for Minnesotans without four-year degrees.
U President Joan Gabel declined to say why none of the three finalists got the job.
State colleges and universities seek 3.5% tuition increase.
U President Joan Gabel has proposed a 3.5% tuition hike for Twin Cities campus students.
Minnesota residents attending the U's Twin Cities campus would pay almost $500 more in tuition next year.
Bob Latz was a lifelong public servant and community leader with a "sense of justice."
Their request comes just a week after the president announced he is "taking a hard look" at canceling some federal student loan debt.
Colleges look to recover enrollment as dropoff in young adult population looms.
The college said the backlash was not a factor in its decision to remove Edmund Santurri as director of the Institute for Freedom and Community.
Prospective students will be judged on grades and extracurricular activities instead.
Joy Bodin replaces former President Merrill Irving Jr., who resigned amid accusations of harassment and discrimination.
Colleges in Minnesota and nationwide are at a crossroads with declining enrollment.
About 1 in 5 rural health providers said they plan to leave their profession in the next five years, with the largest projected losses to come among physicians, according to a report released Tuesday.
Community college grant program would cover tuition for Minnesotans of certain income levels.
Gov. Tim Walz wants to make tuition-free nursing assistant training program permanent.
Students may return to class as soon as Monday, the district said. In a news release, the union noted "major gains" on pay for education support professionals, class size caps and mental health supports.
University of Minnesota proposes up to $11,000 in new scholarships for residents who enroll at regional campuses
Resident students who enroll as freshmen could get thousands in new scholarship aid.
The reviews come after the system was criticized for its handling of complaints about a former Hennepin Technical College president.
University of Minnesota Crookston vice chancellor to lead Bemidji State University.
Brian Bruess will lead both private colleges starting July 1.
With staffers heading to picket lines Tuesday, families of the 28,700 students scrambled for fallback options. St. Paul schools averted a strike with a tentative agreement.
The practice is raising questions about how the state college system handles presidential misconduct.
After nine years, President Julie Sullivan will depart for Santa Clara University.
Merrill Irving Jr. will be transferred to an administrative post within the Minnesota State system.
Employees accused Merrill Irving of harassment and discrimination last year, but he remains on the job.
Officials of the Minnesota State system found his behavior violated respectful workplace procedures but not its harassment policy.
The positivity rate fell below the high-risk mark for the first time since Christmas, a sign the omicron variant wave of the pandemic continues to ease here.
Supporters of eliminated teams voiced their frustrations to lawmakers.
The committee also wants U leaders to evaluate the campus police department's weaponry and emphasize the use of less-lethal alternatives.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents also approved criteria for renaming structures honoring controversial figures.
The U has lost more than $200 million since pandemic started.
U still mulling whether change will be permanent.
The plan would establish a college application fee waiver program, expand some state grant programs, fund new scholarships at the U and freeze tuition at the Minnesota State system.
Minnesota State campuses have reported more than 2,000 new infections in January.
The state covers tuition of aspiring nursing assistants to alleviate staff shortages.
Nearly 1 in 4 University of Minnesota students who tested for COVID-19 at the Twin Cities campus' clinic between Jan. 6-13 were positive, according to data published Friday.
Student group calls for ongoing $125 million investment.
Winona State University is implementing a "lay low" period for two weeks starting Monday. Macalester College is also implementing a quiet period from now until at least Feb. 1.
It's an unusually large ask that is already being met with skepticism by some state lawmakers.
Proposed policy comes after heated 2019 debate on topic.
With increases to her supplemental retirement contribution, a new annual performance bonus and other allowances, Joan Gabel's compensation will total about $1 million next year.
The University of Minnesota public affairs school must take specific actions to prevent sexual harassment and pay a graduate student who was harassed by her professor $75,000, part of a settlement reached with the state Department of Human Rights.
Critics argue it would give repeat offenders a pass
Joan Gabel's combined salary and benefits would total $1 million next fiscal year.
Colleges cite waning immunity, risk of new variants.
Alan Cureton has led the school for two decades.
Gophers athletes have signed at least 150 name, image and likeness deals since July.
Staff felt she downplayed risks, quality of remote work.
The University of Minnesota's "Promise Plus" tuition program covers any leftover costs for Minnesota resident students whose families make $50,000 or less annually.
Students will embed in community, learn cultural competence.
Rising infection rates could push students back into distance learning; more call for mandates at Minnesota state.
College system seeks $25 million from state to support tuition freeze.
Fifty-seven school districts that get their food through Lakes Country Service Cooperative were affected when food distributor Cash-Wa ended its contract with the cooperative earlier this month.
Republicans take issue with national association's letter to Biden.
Locally funded scholarships boost enrollment at Pine Technical and Community College.
The final votes came at the end of a contentious election cycle that drew intense scrutiny as people across the country waited to see how far the city would go to reinvent policing.
The tuition waiver program will start in fall 2022.
The University of Minnesota cut men's gymnastics, tennis and indoor track programs last year.
By 2025, the state hopes 3 in 4 high school seniors will complete the form.