(The Center Square) – A continuing spat between the GOP and DFL means that some essential workers still haven’t received a promised one-time hazard bonus for working during COVID-19, and farmers are still waiting for drought aid.
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The fourth state veterans cemetery in the state had its groundbreaking ceremony in southern Minnesota on Wednesday.
Gov. Tim Walz toured a COVID-19 testing site in Duluth Thursday morning — one of more than a dozen community testing sites around the state.
Lawmakers on Tuesday heard details of Gov. Tim Walz’s $10 million drought-relief plan for farmers, readying a package to pass when the Legislature next meets.
Two men were charged Monday in connection with a mass shooting at a St. Paul bar that left one innocent patron dead and 14 others wounded early Sunday morning.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Tim Walz expanded his wish list to legislators for an upcoming special session. Walz marked three priorities for lawmakers to agree on: Frontline Worker Pay, drought relief, and pandemic response.
(The Center Square) – Twenty-six North Minneapolis residents are asking Gov. Tim Walz to deploy State Patrol or the National Guard, calling their district a “war zone.”
(The Center Square) – About $64 million in aid is available to some businesses that can demonstrate financial hardship from the COVID-19 pandemic through the Minnesota Main Street COVID Relief Grant program. Applications will close on September 29
(The Center Square) – Gov. Tim Walz announced the allocation of $103 million in federal American Rescue Plan funds on Friday to support Minnesota students, drive workforce development, and shelter vulnerable Minnesotans before winter.