THE NEW FORTY Here's a thought - let's go dollar for dollar.
Every single day for the past couple of weeks I have received numerous big color glossy political advertisements in the mail. Yesterday, I received eight from an assortment of folks promoting both rep... Posted on 10/25/12 at 6:03 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Lawmakers look to business tax, permit changes
By Andrew Tellijohn
Minnesota businesses will pay less in corporate property taxes and have an easier time obtaining state permits if Republican lawmakers have their way during the 2012 legislative s... Posted on 1/23/12 at 10:50 AM
HEALTHBEAT Busting the malpractice myths
It's a common view that malpractice lawsuits are clogging up the American legal system and that many, if not most, patients who sue wind up with multimillion-dollar settlements.
But is this belief ... Posted on 11/11/10 at 5:39 PM
President Barack Obama teamed up with his one-time rivals Bill and Hillary Clinton on Tuesday to highlight the benefits of U.S. healthcare reform, a week before one of the controversial law's key elements, new insurance exchanges, go live.
Mexico's ruling party changed its platform on Sunday to allow for private investment in the oil industry, paving the way for a possible overhaul of a state-owned company that is seen as a pillar of the country.
Revenue Commissioner Myron Frans traveled the state in recent months talking to Minnesotans about the state’s tax system, an extended road trip that will produce a tax reform outline in the 2013 legislative session.
By Danielle Killey and Don Davis
, December 25, 2012
A meeting between the North Dakota legislative higher education committee and Chancellor Hamid Shirvani was “tense” Thursday after he revealed the details of his proposed reform to the education system, said Sen. Mac Schneider, D-Grand Forks.
The filibuster’s requirement for 60-vote supermajorities for legislation must be retained.
The days when congressional majorities endured for decades may have ended. Do we want our laws to be whipsawed every few years, too?
John Hoeven will have two great strengths. The first is his record: He’ll join the Senate as one of America’s most successful governors, judging by approval ratings. The second simply is his intelligence and charm.
John Hoeven will have two great strengths.The first is his record: He’ll join the Senate as one of America’s most successful governors, judging by approval ratings. The second simply is his intelligence and charm.
Following the money flowing from health insurance companies to members of Congress who are blocking the passage of health insurance reform is shocking, and I believe it is time we call it as we see it.
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