In the Know
April 3, 2015
- 9 a.m. – Community members will rally at City Hall in Minneapolis for a People’s State of the City, asking the City Council to take steps to advance a community-endorsed racial equity agenda.
- 9 a.m. – Legislative Auditor Jim Nobles will release the audit of the Minnesota Film Board.
- 7 p.m. – Congressman Rick Nolan will appear on “Almanac” to talk about steel.
Gov. Dayton talks buffer plan in Austin, Austin Daily News
Dayton’s buffer initiative targets water quality, Worthington Daily Globe
Our View: If willing to compromise, posture and politick away, Duluth News Tribune
Investing in our current and future workforce through Basic Sliding Fee, Minnesota Budget Project
Sen. Klouchar gets a glimpse at new high school, Alexandria Echo Press
Klouchar to release memoir in August, Pioneer Press
Destination Medical Center
Our View: First DMC priorities need to start taking shape, Rochester Post Bulletin
Mark Dayton says he’ll find way to reduce student testing, Pioneer Press
Walker sees overreaction to Indiana’s religious freedom law, Pioneer Press
Minnesota Family Investment Program
Minnesota may boost cash grants for low-income families, Pioneer Press
Minnesota Legacy Amendment
Should Legacy funds buy land for tribes? Pioneer Press
Secretary of State
Secretary of State visits McLeod Co-op Power, McLeod County Chronicle
Regional road funding in rough shape, Rochester Post Bulletin
Restore voting rights to former felons. Star Tribune