Legislators and business owners want a bill to force online retailers to collect state sales tax.
Vice-President Joe Biden will be in Minneapolis Wednesday morning to raise money for Sen. Amy Klobuchar's re-election campaign.
State Rep. Lyle Koenen, DFL-Clara City, has won a special election to replace Sen. Gary Kubly. Koenen received 54 percent of the vote.
Tim Pawlenty filed paperwork with the Federal Elections Commission this week indicating he erased his campaign debt and terminated his campaign committee.
Only days after the Legislature approved a proposed constitutional amendment that will ask voters this November to require that Minnesotans show photo identification at the polls, groups that oppose the measure vowed to fight it in court.
State government leaders began the 2012 legislative session with a goal of creating jobs. But after more than 10 weeks, the two sides have yet to agree on how to do so.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a Republican-crafted bill that would have repaid state IOUs to Minnesota public schools more quickly.
The Minnesota House passed legislation today that would shift the August primary to early June. The House approved the measure on a 66-65 vote. The measure was amended to broader elections bill that also passed.
Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill Wednesday that will require law enforcement personnel to notify both parents if their child is the potential victim of neglect, abuse or sexual assault.
Stadium opponents on the Minneapolis City Council will have public hearings on the proposal to build a new home for the Vikings.
The Minnesota Senate passed a bill today that would allow the University of Minnesota to sell alcohol at college football games.
The Minnesota House passed a bill today that would allow people who buy event tickets to resell them or give them away.
When it comes to the Vikings stadium debate, the focus is back on the Minnesota Legislature this morning.
Minnesota voters are steps away from seeing a photo ID constitutional amendment on the ballot. The full Senate passed the amendment Friday in a 36-30 vote after six hours of debate. The House passed the amendment Tuesday.
The Minnesota Senate is expected to vote sometime today on a constitutional amendment that would require people to present photo identification to vote.