Nothing strikes fear into developers and property owners more than a new critter on the Endangered Species Act list.
Case in point: The northern long-eared bat, found in 39 states. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will probably place it on the list in April, and the logging industry is worried.Read More →
Neither senators nor congressmen nor mayors nor gloom of MoveOn.org stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds — namely, streamlining postal service operations and cutting billions of dollars in deficits.
That could be the U.S. Postal Service’s updated motto…Read More →
No reward has been offered to the person who identifies the guy who, apparently, took it upon himself to enforce a League of Women Voters ban on videotaping candidate forums at Edina City Hall.Read More →
The prognosis for Minnesota’s state health insurance exchange, MNsure, took a turn for the worse this week, as the provider offering some of the lowest premiums in the country opted out of the program, amid financial concerns.Read More →
Bill Maher admitted on his latest show that he didn’t know much about Minnesota politics. He doesn’t know much about comedy, either, but that hasn’t stopped him.
After soliciting suggestions via tweets from his audience from among 16 GOP congressmen for his 2014 “Flip a District” campaign contest, Maher selected Rep. John Kline from Minnesota’s second congressional district.
“I know what you’re thinking, I’ve never heard of John Kline,” Maher told his D.C. studio audience.Read More →