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TINA LIEBLING

The cuts are some of the first in state government but likely not the last as the state faces a $4.7 billion gap.
Democrats in the House also proposed loans for health providers fighting COVID-19 and requiring health plans to cover treatment.
Commissioner Jodi Harpstead said many of the problems that she inherited this year occurred years ago, 'went viral in 2019.'
ST. PAUL-Kris Sundberg's story is tough to hear.Her father was in an assisted living center. Newspapers piled up outside his door and he did not go to the dining room for a week. Finally, a neighbor urged staff to check on him. Once they did, the...

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ST. PAUL - The field of candidates to become Minnesota's next governor continues to shrink.State Rep. Tina Liebling. DFL-Rochester, is the latest candidate to suspend a campaign to succeed Democrat Gov. Mark Dayton, who is wrapping up his second ...
Minnesotans follow a cardinal rule: "Never, ever, take the last one" of anything--ever. That rule was shattered Tuesday at the Brainerd High School-hosted precinct caucus where Democrats hungry for change left not a single one of the complimentar...
ST. PAUL -- Second-time Minnesota governor candidate Jeff Johnson easily won a Tuesday, Feb. 6 straw poll, but could face a bigger obstacle in coming weeks: Tim Pawlenty.
ST. PAUL--Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty stole the spotlight from Republican candidates in the governor's race Tuesday, Feb. 6, hours before party loyalists gather to pick their favorite candidate in a straw poll.The two-term Republican gover...
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-Minnesota's Democratic governor candidates generally agree on policies affecting greater Minnesota, ranging from spending more money for affordable housing to making it more enticing for young people to obtain two-year degrees....
ST. PAUL-There is one easy prediction in Minnesota politics: The 2018 governor's race will be crowded.Nearly 20 people have said they are running, say they are considering running or at least have not rejected the notion. And it looks like both m...

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Recently, Rep. Josh Heintzeman, R-Nisswa, and Rep. Matt Dean, R-Dellwood, hosted a "listening session on MNsure" at the Brainerd library. At that meeting, Dean claimed that the Dayton administration was improperly channeling state funds to pay fo...

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