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Dayton’s plan a good start

October 28, 2016 On Thursday Gov. Mark Dayton offered his plan to help people facing huge health insurance premium increase. more »»

Still feuding on transportation

October 27, 2016 Just when it seems the governor and legislators are starting to get along on the issue of health care coverage, they fall back into their bickering ways on transportation. On Wednesday, Gov. more »»

Our View: Give these Guards a break

October 26, 2016 During the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the military services followed a long practice of paying re-enlistment bonuses to keep specialized and desirable personnel in the service. more »»

Legislators should strive for health insurance session

October 24, 2016 With less than three weeks before the election, Gov. Mark Dayton is urging legislative leaders to come to an agreement on the health insurance cost crisis facing private policy owner. more »»

Feds failed in Flint

October 23, 2016 Federal officials have worked hard to portray themselves as the cavalry riding to the rescue of residents of Flint, Mich. It turns out they were walking, and slowly, at tha. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 22, 2016 Election judges THUMBS UP: With all the talk of a “rigged” election this year, more attention will be focused on some of the unsung heroes of our democracy, the election judges who staff the pollin... more »»

Trump will need proof if he challenges election

October 21, 2016 We are not going to hyperventilate, as some in the news media are, over Donald Trump’s refusal to say in Wednesday’s debate if he will accept the election results if he loses on Nov. 8. more »»

MMHF can sympathize with Nobel committee

October 20, 2016 An article in The Journal earlier this week indicated that the Swedish Academy, which administers the Nobel Prizes each year, hasn’t been able to directly talk to Bob Dylan, winner of this year’s... more »»

More e-mail damage

October 19, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s primary defense against allegations of wrongdoing raised by the recent release of emails involving her and Democrat Party officials has been to note there is no way to determine... more »»

Anti-Catholic bias in the Clinton camp?

October 18, 2016 Clearly, some in Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president believe the religious faith of some Americans — Roman Catholics — qualifies them for inclusion in what the candidate referred to as the... more »»

Danger in accusation of ‘rigged’ election

October 16, 2016 Donald Trump has uttered some ridiculous and vile things during his campaign — on Saturday he said (with no evidence or proof) he thought Hillary Clinton had been on some kind of drugs during their... more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 15, 2016 Rivalry ending THUMBS UP: It’s sad to see the New Ulm Cathedral/Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s rivalry in football come to an end. more »»

Dayton faces reality

October 14, 2016 Gov. Mark Dayton has injected a note of reality into the Affordable Care Act debate. Ever since it was passed the act, also known as “Obamacare,” has been the rope in a political tug-of-war. more »»

Clinton camp’s arrogance shows

October 13, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s advisers apparently thought her husband’s ability to escape repercussions for his misdeeds — one nickname for him was “Slick Willy” — had rubbed off on her. more »»

Good work on Allina talks

October 12, 2016 Gov. Mark Dayton deserves credit for stepping in between Allina Health and the nurses who have been striking at five Allina Health hospitals. more »»

Let’s find solutions to health insurance marketplace

October 11, 2016 I’m not running for re-election, so I am not interested in political posturing. more »»

Obama doesn’t see Obamacare problem

October 10, 2016 It is inconceivable that those in President Barack Obama’s administration are as ignorant of basic principles of economics as a new scheme seems to sugges. more »»

A very bad day for campaigners

October 9, 2016 Friday was a bad day, a very bad day, to be a presidential candidate. Donald Trump has been on the defensive since a recording was made public of a conversation with TV host Billy Bush. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 8, 2016 Thank you, Carriers THUMBS UP: Every day more than 53 million newspapers are delivered to readers. more »»

Pence could give lessons to Trump

October 7, 2016 Indiana Gov. Mike Pence faced off with Sen. Tim Kaine earlier this week in the vice presidential debate. more »»



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