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Past articles by Theo:

Felon voting rights: Minnesota House plans Thursday vote

Some 50,000 convicted felons in Minnesota will be one step closer to having their voting rights restored Thursday. → Read More

Abortion in Minnesota: Walz signs 'fundamental right' to abortion into state law

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed legislation Tuesday guaranteeing abortion access in state law. → Read More

Calculator: See how Walz tax credits, rebates, and tax increases would impact you

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is proposing rebate checks and an expansion of two tax credits for families with young children that he considers the biggest tax cut in state history. Use this calculator to see how much you'd receive. Then, read below for more details about the other ways that Walz's budget plan could impact your personal budget if lawmakers pass it. → Read More

Minnesota House passes abortion rights bill, sending it to Senate

Minnesota House Democrats passed an abortion bill during a floor vote Thursday night as the U.S. health and human services secretary visited the state to promote the move. → Read More

Minnesota's unemployment rate increased to 2.5%, remains near an all-time low

The jobless rate has ticked up for five straight months, though it remains near an all-time low. → Read More

Minnesota lawmakers have full plate of options to confront worker shortage

Was 2022 the year of the worker shortage? → Read More

Dealing with workforce shortage in Minnesota

2022 has been the year of the worker shortage. → Read More

Scott Jensen's closing argument: Minnesota policies can be like Iowa

Republican governor candidate Scott Jensen brought Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds to the Twin Cities on Monday, making his closing argument that Minnesota has a chance to enact conservative policies if voters here elect a GOP governor for the first time since 2006. → Read More

Suburbs, Iron Range are battlegrounds for control of Minnesota Legislature

The campaign for control of the state Legislature is at a fever pitch, but most Minnesotans wouldn't know it. → Read More

Minnesota jobless rate edges up to 2% in September, but state adds jobs

The monthly jobs data give voters a picture of where the state's economy is headed ahead of the Nov. 8 election. → Read More

Fact Check: 'Lifelong Republican' in Craig ad voted recently for Democrats, doesn't live in new district

Endorsements from people in the opposing political party can be potent in campaigns. → Read More

Fact Check: Outside groups' claims against Secretary of State candidate mostly hit the mark

In the race for Minnesota secretary of state, much of the 2022 campaign is about 2020. → Read More

Walz wants investigation of judge in Feeding Our Future fraud case

Making his first public comments since the indictment of 48 people in what authorities describe as the biggest pandemic fraud scheme in the U.S., Gov. Walz says there should be an investigation into why a Ramsey County judge allowed the alleged fraud to continue. → Read More

Moriarty, Holton Dimick draw contrasts on police in Hennepin County attorney race

A two-year increase in violent crime has put the race for Hennepin County's top prosecutor into the spotlight. → Read More

Student loan forgiveness will be taxable in Minnesota

Student loan forgiveness won't be taxed federally, but it will be taxable in Minnesota unless the state Legislature acts, Minnesota revenue officials say. → Read More

State Sen. David Tomassoni dies after ALS battle

State Sen. David Tomassoni, a longtime lawmaker from the Iron Range, died Thursday night after a year-long battle with ALS. → Read More

Walz, Jensen have heated first debate to kick off fall campaign

Minnesota’s two main candidates for governor debate Wednesday for the first time. → Read More

Walz renews call for legislative action as BCA 'overwhelmed' with crime evidence

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said state lawmakers should agree to come back to the Capitol and pass new police funding. → Read More

Minneapolis riot response was so bad, it'll take years to overhaul

City emergency management officials cautioned the Minneapolis City Council on Tuesday that it will take two more years to overhaul the city's efforts after scathing outside reviews of the botched response to the 2020 riots that followed the police murder of George Floyd. → Read More

U of M board approves Duluth interim chancellor hire over GOP opposition

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted 9-2 on Wednesday to hire former regent and utility executive Dave McMillan for a two-year term as the Duluth campus's interim chancellor after a contentious debate and opposition from legislative Republicans, who alleged a conflict of interest. → Read More