Lawmaker Says There Is More To Bonding Than Floods

Flood-prone cities found 2011 to be frustrating in the Minnesota Legislature.

Franken Tells Google, Apple To Improve Privacy

U.S. Sen. Al Franken has been receiving national notice for his efforts to keep Americans’ privacy rights intact as technology expands.

Lawmaker Fears Bill Delay Could Kill Children

Rep. Larry Howes was furious as seconds ticked away toward the 2011 Minnesota Legislature’s adjournment deadline.

Some Bills Pass, Some Fail And Many Remain Pending

A special legislative session will be needed to pass the Minnesota budget, but other work was finished during the regular 2011 legislative session with 117 bills sent to Gov. Mark Dayton for his signature or veto out of more than 3,000 that senators and representatives introduced.

Groups Target Legacy Amendment

Some conservative groups want to remove the legacy amendment from the Minnesota Constitution.