Dayton: State pay increases justified – Herald Review
Dayton: State pay increases justifiedHerald Review“Mid-level managers at many Minnesota companies earn more than my commissioners, who manage larger budgets and more employees,” said Gov. Dayton in his statement. “People who choose public service should expect to earn less than they would in …and more »
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Urban-rural split in Minnesota grows deeper, wider – Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis Star TribuneUrban-rural split in Minnesota grows deeper, widerMinneapolis Star TribuneAt the Capitol, both sides are lunging to lock down support in rural Minnesota. Republicans want to scrap the state tax on Social Security income — a boon to seniors who make up a greater share of the rural population. They've formed special …and more »
Southside Chicago Teenager Invited by President to State of the Union Address
CHICAGO — A 13-year-old boy from Chicago's south side will be among 22 guests joining first lady Michelle Obama to view President Obama's State of the Union Address. The White House says in a statement that Malik Bryant " "… Sent a letter to Santa over the holidays, but rather than request the usual gifts, Malik wrote: “All I ask for is for safety I just wanna be safe.” And, rather than mail …