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As we live through this experiment in extreme polarization during the presidential campaign, I’ve wondered if it can get much worse, if we can sink any lower...but then I’ve wondered that before … more
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Oh, the poor beleaguered American corporation. To hear GOP leaders, and even a few Democrats, tell the tale, companies in the U.S. are severely overtaxed and it’s limiting America’s … more
What do you get when you impose a complex and wide-ranging law with more than a few glitches, and then refuse to make any changes that could address its shortcomings? You get the ever-worsening mess … more
We’re rediscovering the boundless energy and enthusiasm of a young dog, and the ways in which dog ownership can reorder our lives. It’s been several months now since we said our final goodbyes … more
PolyMet officials should be livid. The company’s plans to open their copper-nickel mine near Hoyt Lakes could run aground as a result of a federal appraisal for their land exchange that is quite … more
President Trump has repeatedly promised that his alternative to the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, would increase access, lower costs, and provide better health care. Yet the … more
There is a straightforward and fair solution to the problem currently ailing the individual health insurance market in Minnesota. Reinstate the funding mechanism that used to help subsidize the … more
TOWER—Schools matter in a community, and that’s why the declining enrollment of the Tower-Soudan Elementary was front and center at a community meeting here last week. At a time when these … more
Imagine waking up one morning and finding that your county, your local school, and area health care providers no longer recognized you as the mother or father of your teenage child. It has the … more
With the Republicans in charge at the Legislature, corporate lobbyists are having a field day in St. Paul this year, and cities around the state could be feeling the effects unless Gov. Mark Dayton … more
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