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. . ( KBJR /Gray News) - Minnesota has become the first state to legalize all drug paraphernalia, KBJR reports.

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1 day ago · Democrats' budget raises more than $ 1 billion in new funding over the next two years for transportation projects across the state by indexing the gas tax to inflation, creating a 50-cent fee on.

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. 1 day ago · Democrats' budget raises more than $ 1 billion in new funding over the next two years for transportation projects across the state by indexing the gas tax to inflation, creating a 50-cent fee on.

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The order goes into effect today and will remain until February 28th.
On Wednesday, Minnesota reported 92 new deaths from COVID-19, though cases and hospitalizations have been declining.

Workers could take up to 12 weeks of family leave and up to 12 weeks of medical leave, with a maximum of 20 weeks per calendar year.

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Walz, Democrats. Walz started with a surprise late-night announcement that he would end his COVID-19 emergency powers July 1, but with conditions that Republican lawmakers didn't support. .

Democrats' budget raises more than $ 1 billion in new funding over the next two years for transportation projects across the state by indexing the gas tax to inflation, creating a 50-cent fee on. Paul MN-) Speculation is swirling that Governor Tim Walz will officially announce today that he's running for re-election. The glitched-filled announcement showcased just how fragile the social media's platform's infrastructure is since Musk took. . Paul, MN) -- Governor Tim Walz this afternoon signs a bill that will make paid family and medical leave available to all Minnesotans through a state-run program funded by employer and employee contributions.

1 day ago · DeSantis launches GOP presidential campaign in Twitter announcement plagued by glitches.

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Tim Walz threw a bill-signing party Wednesday morning, May 24, 2023, on the Capitol steps in front of hundreds of supporters, a pep.

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May 15, 2023 · Governor Tim Walz today signed a bill into law that will improve Minnesotans’ health and safety by providing $240 million to remove and replace lead pipes across the state.