Other states offer only limited guidance for Minnesota on voter ID Minnesota could become the 34th state to enact a voter identification requirement, but only the second to add it to the state constitution. Other states at best offer only a hint of what might be coming. The laws vary widely, and the details of the proposed Minnesota requirement remain unclear.6:40 a.m.
Lockouts becoming more common in labor disputes Lockouts used to be relatively rare in the United States, tut more than eleven percent of work stoppages last year were lockouts, which is a dramatic increase from two decades ago. Labor expert John Remington of the University of Minnesota spoke with Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer about the trend.7:40 a.m.