Minnesota Legislature

Tad Jude announces bid to replace Dean Phillips in Congress

Tad Jude participates in a debate during his 2022 campaign for the Republican nomination for Minnesota attorney general. (Alpha News) A former judge and longtime elected official on the county and legislative levels has thrown his hat into the race

Tad Jude announces bid to replace Dean Phillips in Congress2024-02-20T16:26:04-06:00

Huge crowd gathers in St. Paul for Minnesota March for Life

At the center of the crowd was a memorial to the 12,000 babies who were killed by abortion in 2022. (Hayley Feland/Alpha News) A large crowd gathered on the steps of the Minnesota State Capitol Monday afternoon for

Huge crowd gathers in St. Paul for Minnesota March for Life2024-01-22T16:17:44-06:00

GOP candidates in Second Congressional District square off in debate

Taylor Rahm and Joe Teirab, both lawyers, answered questions on a variety of topics during the 80-minute forum in Prior Lake. (Scott County GOP) On Thursday, two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District

GOP candidates in Second Congressional District square off in debate2024-01-20T08:23:03-06:00

Gov. Walz ‘open’ to constitutional amendment on abortion

Gov. Tim Walz said this week that he is “open” to the idea of enshrining abortion access in Minnesota’s state constitution. (Office of Gov. Tim Walz/Flickr) Gov. Tim Walz said this week that he is “open” to the

Gov. Walz ‘open’ to constitutional amendment on abortion2024-01-11T15:20:28-06:00

Jewish Dem says he’ll ‘stand alone if necessary’ amid attacks from colleagues

Sen. Ron Latz/Minnesota Senate State Sen. Ron Latz, DFL-St. Louis Park, issued a second response Friday to his Democratic colleagues who accused him of using language that “foments hate and violence.” Latz, who is Jewish, faced criticism this

Jewish Dem says he’ll ‘stand alone if necessary’ amid attacks from colleagues2023-12-02T14:02:10-06:00
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