A bill written by a group of Concordia University students that would strip legislators of DWI immunity appeared to be dead in the House earlier this month, but was revived after Speaker Paul Thissen, D-Minneapolis, publicly threw his support behind it. It cleared the House Civil Law Committee on Fr ... More >>
As expected, today's deadline came and went without a bill that would strip legislators of the DWI immunity they currently enjoy during session making it out of committee.SEE ALSO: Push renewed to strip legislators of DWI immunity Professor Jayne Jones, instructor of the Concordia University governm ... More >>
You might think subtly tweaking the way DWI is defined in order to strip legislators of their immunity from drunk driving arrests would be a no brainer for Minnesota lawmakers. You'd be wrong.THE BACKSTORY: Push renewed to strip legislators of DWI immunity During the first hearing about a bill to th ... More >>
Two years ago, a group of Concordia University students led by political science professor Jayne Jones came up just short in their push to go the legislature to approve a student-drafted bill that would strip legislators of their immunity from DWI arrests during session. Jones and company hope ... More >>
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Happy eyes: Skylark Opera's "Merry Widow"Skylark Opera is closing out its 2010 Festival this weekend, with tickets still available for some early-summer operatic enjoyment. The Festival is running two shows in repertory: Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow and Noel Coward's Bitter Sweet.
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