A new piece of legislation could save Minnesota bars and restaurants from what they describe as the the shame and hassle of being labeled "tax delinquent." Every day, the Minnesota Department of Revenue updates a public list of businesses that are more than ten days behind on their liquor tax oblig ... More >>
Our January cover, "Split the Baby," told the story of the Dunning family and the Grosser family, and the battle to adopt two baby sisters that had landed them in the Minnesota Supreme Court.On Wednesday, the court issued a sharply-divided decision in the case: The Grossers, they ruled, should adopt ... More >>
After Gov. Mark Dayton announced he would not accept a paycheck during the shutdown, we asked all the Minnesota legislators whether they would follow suit. While the vast majority didn't reply, we got some responses and put together a preliminary list. Now we've got our hands on the official li ... More >>
An afternoon with the holy trinity of terror
Hennepin County Housing Court was set up to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants. So why do the landlords keep winning?
Minnesota Supreme Court candidate Greg Wersal says state rules barring judicial hopefuls from raising funds are disingenuous. "You think judges don't know who's buttering their bread?"