The amendment went down and went down hard on a 97-27 vote.
MPR News Reflections and observations on the news
Archives for March 2012
Dream all you want about winning a lottery and quitting work but be glad you’ll be a loser.
Memo: If you want to keep your job in the world of science, don’t release a report that appears to prove Einstein was wrong.
Canada made a sound decision to dump the penny. Why can’t the U.S.?
Packaging designers and marketers are smarter than the rest of us.
The politics and religion of Paul Douglas, storytelling v. news, your global salary, why the Vikings-to-Los Angeles claim is hot air, and Supreme Court style.
Have we turned the corner on bankruptcies in Minnesota?
There’s long been a love-hate relationship between law schools and U.S. News rankings.
Guardsman dies saving a little girl in Afghanistan.
Best Buy’s problems go deeper than quarterly losses.
In this afternoon’s arguments it appeared the majority of the nine justices do not favor striking down the part of the law that expands Medicaid.
What does it take to get a somnambulating Congress upset? A hoodie.
It’s hard to believe it’s been nine years since four people met their end at the front of a Burlington Northern train that wiped out their car at the railroad crossing on Ferry Street in Anoka. The guard gate never came down, the lights never illuminated and the four young people never had a chance.
Ali, Russell, and LeBron; the hot air surrounding high prices; the journalism ethics of getting involved; the mysterious squid of Alexandria; and a doggie homecoming.
David Proffitt’s failure as head of the state’s security hospital in Saint Peter was predictable.