ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT Minnesota’s ambitious goal makes business sense - but program falling short, rejuvenation still needed In New York, there’s a stretch of 8th Avenue north of 42nd Street once known as “the Minnesota Strip,” because that’s where, in the 1980s, young Midwestern women were imported to work as prostitutes. Today, in a building just a half block off that strip of 8th Avenue near... Read More
STAR TRIBUNE Political success in Minnesota has often hinged on an ability to simultaneously promote two goals, economic growth and economic justice. Voters tend to be leery of an overemphasis on one or the other, but generally reward candidates (the last three governors offer cases in point) who appear to strike a balance between the two. Finding that balance is not easy in fast-changing Minnesota -- but help is on the way. A new think tank, ... Read More
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