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Commentary: A milestone in Minneapolis’s descent

(Power Line) — The Minneapolis city charter requires the city to fund and employ a minimum number of police officers, yet the city resisted...

Supreme Court rules Minneapolis failed to properly staff police department

The Minnesota Supreme Court has sided with the plaintiffs in a lawsuit claiming the city of Minneapolis violated the law by understaffing its police...

Supreme Court hears arguments on Minneapolis police staffing lawsuit

The Minnesota Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit that claims the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor Jacob Frey violated the law by...

Minnesota Supreme Court rules state law doesn’t require party balance on...

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that cities and counties can conduct statewide elections without a strict party balance on absentee ballot boards. Upholding a...

Minnesota Supreme Court hears oral arguments in election integrity case

The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in an important case that could change how cities and counties conduct future statewide elections. The case,...

Lawsuits on ballot-board stacking consolidated by Minnesota Supreme Court

The Minnesota Voters Alliance has filed several lawsuits against cities and counties for their  failure to place Republicans on absentee ballot boards — as...

Minnesota Supreme Court to review voting requirements relaxed amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Minnesota Supreme Court will accelerate its consideration of a voting requirement that was waived because of the coronavirus pandemic. In early August, a Ramsey...

Petition To Recall Walz Approved By Minnesota Secretary Of State

The Minnesota Supreme Court received the official petition to begin a recall of Minnesota Governor Tim Walz over the weekend. This marks an important step...

Dayton Walks out of Mediation with Legislature

ST. PAUL, Minn.- Resolution on the impasse between the Minnesota Legislature and Governor’s office remains murky after Gov. Mark Dayton reportedly walked out of...

Minnesota Supreme Court Declares Dayton’s Veto Constitutional

ST. PAUL, Minn.- The Minnesota Supreme Court delivered a decision on September 8, 2017 which effectively makes Gov. Mark Dayton’s line item veto of...