STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Political notebook: Boomers to cost
By Don Davis
Baby boomers will make writing the state budget harder, reduce the Minnesota labor force and cause state health care spending to soar, State Demographer Susan Brower said.
Aging pressure... Posted on 4/5/13 at 5:01 PM
STAFF BLOG ASTRO BOB Sweet sounds of flute 217 miles overhead
Watch a 3-minute interview with astronaut Cady Coleman and listen to her play the flute in orbit.
We nailed it. Clear skies in the nick of time made it possible for me and my work colleagues to spot... Posted on 2/26/11 at 12:16 PM
ST. PAUL — Al Franken won the U.S. Senate race and should be sent to Washington, a three-judge panel unanimously ruled Monday evening, but Minnesota is at least a few weeks away from having two senators.
U.S. Senate recount: Election lawsuit ST. PAUL — Now it is Al Franken’s turn.
Franken’s campaign starts its case in Norm Coleman’s U.S. Senate election lawsuit today. The Democrat hopes to build on his slim, 225-vote victory and become Minnesota’s next senator.
ST. PAUL – Norm Coleman will go to the courts in hopes of returning to the U.S. Senate.
Coleman announced this afternoon his campaign will contest the results of the statewide recount that gave him 225 fewer votes than Democrat Al Franken.
ST. PAUL — Norm Coleman declared victory the morning after the Nov. 4 election.
Al Franken claimed victory Monday, when a statewide U.S. Senate recount ended.
Judges, however, likely will decide Minnesota’s next senator.
To the Editor:
The housing relief package Sen. Norm Coleman recently wrote about (R-E, April 16) does little to help Americans in danger of losing their homes, while providing billions in tax breaks for big businesses including mortgage companies who are Coleman campaign supporters.
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