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Legislative Update from Sen. Foung Hawj - March 2018


Sen. Foung Hawj - District 67

The 2018 legislative session began two weeks ago on Feb. 20, giving state lawmakers a new opportunity to improve Minnesotans’ quality of life.

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12
Mar

In Your Court: What is the power behind a subpoena?


Judge Steve Halsey

Frequently we hear in the news that a public official, a private citizen or a journalist has been served with a subpoena by a government agency or prosecutor. What is a subpoena and why is it seemingly so powerful?

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12
Mar

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - March 2018


submitted photo • Several schools in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District celebrated National African American Parent Involvement Day over the week of Feb. 12. Events included educational games, classroom visits, presentations and a group dinner.

Research shows that students achieve greater academic success when parents feel connected with their child’s school.

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11
Mar

A day when I was in the grip of terror


Mary Lee Hagert

When I first heard the news of a mass shooting at a school on Feb. 14, I felt a familiar sense of unease. “Please,” I thought, “don’t let it be at the universities where my sons are students.”

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11
Mar

Reel Spirituality: "Black Panther" – Wakanda Forever!

In case you haven’t heard, “Black Panther” is the latest big budget Marvel movie to shatter box office records and garner critical acclaim.

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28
Feb

From the Bench: DWI Ignition Interlock System


Greg Galler, District Court Judge

Technology can sometimes be both a curse and a blessing. One piece of technology that seems to be delivering good results is the ignition interlock.

Tue
27
Feb

MN Dept. of Health: New survey shows Minnesota youth tobacco use rising for the first time in 17 years

Minnesota Department of Health


Youth e-cigarette use up 50 percent since 2014.

Mon
26
Feb

In Your Court: “Why is that criminal out on bail?”


Judge Steve Halsey

You are watching the evening news on TV, or more likely getting the news on Twitter or a news feed, and you see that someone charged with a serious crime has been released by the judge on bail. It may make you feel unsafe. It may make you angry.

Tue
20
Feb

Washington Conservation District: Minnesotans call for new legislation to promote smart salting


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Tue
20
Feb

Senator John Marty: Protecting your financial identity shouldn’t cost you when others are at fault


Senator John Marty District 66

The Equifax data breach last summer exposed the Social Security numbers of almost half of all Americans.

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