Twin Cities-based Medtronic says the deal will let it boost investments in the U.S. The company promises to add 1,000 jobs to the 8,000 already in Minnesota.
The archdiocese says centralization of services in recent years led to unsustainable growth in spending, and that its budget is unsustainable regardless of unexpected legal and outside professional fees.
PoliGraph looked at how much more it would cost people to buy an entry-level plan on MNsure with the help of a subsidy. Here's the methodology behind the analysis.
MPR News ran more than 50 scenarios to test the Dayton administration's 4.5 percent claim about MNsure rate increases.
Professional and business services led all sectors in September job growth, state officials said.
The number of people reporting they were paid for work last month fell, but so did the number of people in the workforce, which kept the jobless rate constant.
Private sector employment grew by 4,600 jobs, while government added 3,900.
Eight Minnesota companies were among plaintiffs affected by Monday's Supreme Court ruling that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
A survey of Minnesota firms offering professional business services firms finds optimism about the economy, and expectations that revenue and profits will grow.
Minnesota's economy added 10,300 jobs in May, and the state's jobless rate fell one tenth of a percent to 4.6 percent.
The unemployment rate fell as a survey of households indicated more people were paid to work in the month of April.
Paula Anne Zumberge faces one count each of second degree murder and second degree attempted murder.
Andersen Corp. plans an $18 million expansion that will create 100 full-time jobs at the window and door maker's manufacturing plant in Bayport.
Job gains in the professional and business services sector led all others last month with 3,500 new jobs.
Wednesday's announcement came shortly before a meeting of the exchange's board of directors at which the GOP was expected to raise questions about a published report on problems in the months preceding the exchange launch.