ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT Not far from the site of a recent gang attack by a few young people on the East Side of St. Paul, a powerfully uplifting event last week brought focus to trends that are far more significant and representative of our capital city’s youth. Dozens of smiling high schoolers dressed in sharp uniforms lined up outside of Washington Technology Magnet School to greet hundreds of school district tutors, pare... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT DALLAS — Mayor Mike Rawlings is a plain-spoken former CEO who is rather brash about his city’s emergence as the center of what is now the nation’s fourth-largest metropolitan area and a powerhouse of economic growth, or as he puts it, the top-ranked destination in America for U-Haul trailer drop-offs. And yet Rawlings also is rather humble about how the long-term economic health of ... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT One of our nation’s more courageous “one-percenters” explains on a popular YouTube video — and in a movie soon to be released — how having 1,000 times as much money as the average worker does not create jobs or as much economic activity as putting more of that money in the average family’s hands. Nick Hanauer, CEO of a West Coast company that makes pillows, notes that un... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT Paris Carruthers, left, and Shanell McCoy of Youthprise are facilitating conversations between Twin Cities youth and the Generation Next partnership. Shanell McCoy, 19, and Paris Carruthers, 22, are emerging Twin Cities leaders who have been researching what youth think about their education system and about an adult society that constantly worries about the achievement gap... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT Many people who visit Alaska see it only on cruise ships, or they fly in to Anchorage and get out to the “real” Alaska as soon as they can, to the more scenic grandeur of the wilderness or the prime fishing and camping spots, where they typically rub elbows with a mostly affluent and mostly white crowd of fellow travelers and tourist industry employees and entrepreneurs. That’s what... Read More
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