Maria Botker throws her arms forward and droops her head, mimicking, in slow-motion, the way in which her seven-year-old daughter wilts daily. She calls the worst of these "drop seizures." The Botkers live a fragmented life between Minnesota and Colorado so they can get access to Charlotte's Web ... More >>
A bill that could legalize medical use of marijuana in Minnesota undergoes its first test tomorrow. It's scheduled for conversation at the House Health and Human Services Committee, and both sides of the debate have begun preparing their people. At the moment, the list of speakers remains hush-hus ... More >>
Minneapolis Councilman Andrew Johnson is one of those rare characters in the medical marijuana debate, playing both politician and patient. He was diagnosed only a few years ago with an extreme form of glaucoma in both eyes, he says. Before major surgeries, his doctors have prescribed conventional ... More >>
After 16 years representing Ward 12 on the Minneapolis City Council, Sandy Colvin Roy is ending her bid for another term. Her announcement comes after a late-April DFL ward convention that ended in no endorsement, but in which one of her challengers, Longfellow Community Council President Andrew Joh ... More >>
Meg Tuthill was one of three City Council members to emerge from this weekend's DFL conventions without her party's endorsement.SEE ALSO: Meg Tuthill leaves snotty voicemail for prospective Mpls business owner [AUDIO] In Tuthill's Uptown-area ward, the endorsement instead went to challenger Lisa Ben ... More >>
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