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Minnesota politics in the ’70s: Veer left
A new book, “Minnesota in the ’70s” by Dave Kenney & Thomas Saylor, revisits the inception of the ‘Minnesota Miracle.’

Board hits DFL’s Senate caucus unit with $100K fine
In 2012, the DFL and 13 of its Senate candidates benefited from hundreds of thousands of dollars in falsely classified independent expenditures that in fact were paid for by the party.

Federal shutdown brings heat on Paulsen
Tea Party activists are reacting with alarm to Rep. Erik Paulsen’s comments suggesting that he would be willing to break with GOP House leadership in order to end the federal government shutdown.

DFL tells Pawlenty: Don’t let the door hit you
The Minnesota DFL Party was quick in reacting to Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s official announcement this afternoon that he won’t seek a third term as governor. "While we thank Gov. Pawlenty for his service to our state, his retirement as governor is an opportunity to move Minnesota forward," a statement from DFL chair Brian Melendez said. [...]

VAN drives six-figure haul into state DFL coffers
Depending on your perspective, the Minnesota DFL State Central Committee's Voter Activation Network database is a cash cow, a valuable communication tool or a massive headache - or some combination of the three.

DFLers can expect a low-drama convention
Democratic-Farmer-Labor activists, candidates and leaders will head to Rochester for the party's convention this weekend, facing a non-controversial agenda and touting a theme of party unity. DFLers will take up the U.S. Senate endorsement and elect four members to the Democratic National Committee.

Minnesota’s political contribution refund returns after four-year blackout
Republicans have traditionally opposed Minnesota’s political contribution refund program, which was reinstated on Monday when the state’s new biennial budget took effect. In fact, it was GOP Gov. Tim Pawlenty who successfully proposed scrapping the program four years ago. But despite their dislike for state-subsidized political contributions, Republican candidates and party units disproportionately benefited from the program during the two decades that it was in place.

David Schultz: Single-party gridlock in Minnesota politics
With less than three weeks left in the 2013 session, time is running out for the Minnesota state Legislature and the governor to reach deals on many critical pieces of legislation, including the budget.

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