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Meet the Minnesotans who receive subsidies for not growing anything
The program that sent $250,000 to Michele Bachmann's family farm appears bullet proof.
To which it's hard to resist paraphrasing a favorite GOP campaign attack: She was for the crop subsidies before she was against them.
As Michele Bachmann rails against government handouts, some of her critics point out she's feeding at the government trough.
A lawsuit filed yesterday challenges the constitutionality of Pawlenty's use of unallotment.
After the final remaining Hmong refugee camp in Thailand closed, Minnesota greeted five thousand new residents with warm words and closed doors. Now many are homeless and struggling to survive.
Hard times and idle lines come to the auto plant in St. Paul
Budget shenanigans by HUD and Bush threaten section 8 housing
A nonprofit developer sends poor tenants packing--to make room for other poor tenants
The vacancy rate among buildings that accept Section 8 already hovers between zero to 2 percent, and it's going to get worse. According to a recent study, landlords are "increasingly reluctant to accept Section 8 tenants."
Four months after she moved in, Carmen Brown found out the city would be razing her building to spruce up the neighborhood. It's one of numerous additions to the demolition list produced by the Hollman agreement
The likely demolition of over 700 public housing units in north Minneapolis will scatter people who live there and open up 73 acres of prime real estate at downtown's edge. Is it a matter of civic renewal or a land grab?