JIMMY JABBER Duluth-area leaders bring a message of thanks to Capitol
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THE DULLUM FILE State Farm Insurance Building
Call me corn-fed, but I've always thought of the North Dakota Capitol building in Bismarck as cool, especially when you consider it was built in the 1930's during the Great Depression.
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STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Pawlenty to cities: How much should I cut?
Gov. Tim Pawlenty
Gov. Tim Pawlenty said small cities will be protected when he cuts spending to balance the state budget, but he wants other cities and counties to say how much state aid they can li... Posted on 5/21/09 at 1:54 PM
Minnesota Rep. Morrie Lanning, R-Moorhead, announced he is retiring from a 39-year career in politics after a legislative session where he led the House push for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium. He was asked to talk about the key players in the campaign.
Larry Spooner loves Minnesota Vikings football so much that he has taken more than 40 days vacation over the years to ask legislators to approve a new stadium.
But as he parked his van in front of the Minnesota Capitol on Monday, where it will return later this week as lawmakers consider a stadium, he said his support of building a new stadium goes well beyond love of the game and tailgating. He also wants to help his state.
Many legislators are thinking about the outdoors while working inside the Minnesota Capitol. Many want to allow gray wolf hunting, expand a fight against invading Asian carp and make other changes in outdoors-related laws. Among those changes could be raising hunting and fishing licenses to pay for other outdoors needs.
Danielle Nordine and Don Davis
, February 12, 2012
Wadena is asking the Minnesota Legislature to finish its recovery from a June 2010 tornado. The city seeks $4.75 million to build the Wadena Wellness Center, replacing several facilities the tornado destroyed.
According to a Minnesota Vikings ad published in seven Minnesota newspapers, "all the money would come from sources that would not exist 'but for' the Vikings being in Minnesota," says the ad. This also could existing "sales taxes on all the spending by fans inside the stadium," the ad stated.
Many of the 22,000 public employees out of work in Minnesota’s budget impasse say they will get through the extended layoff by tapping into personal savings, relying on a spouse’s income or unemployment checks, and making household spending cuts.
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