The five freedoms in the First Amendment have powered the nation’s long, divisive debate over the incredibly personal and societal issue of abortion — and may well be how we frame its future.
The writer is addressing the question, "What would the Founding Fathers think of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling?"
What compels workers with these “good” jobs to organize? One reason is that without an organization to advocate for the values of its employees, the conditions of any job are contingent on the benevolence of management.
Throughout the month of June I had the pleasure of visiting with folks from across Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation’s (SMIF) 20-county region during our Sprout events.
How many years has it been since each of you was your own man or woman, unfettered by the burden of lies, alibis and pretending not to see?
As a member of 125 Live from the day it opened and as a past board member of 125 Live, I have something to say about who and when the swimming pools at 125 Live and the Rochester Recreation Center get used.
I believe we are best served to let the golf resurgence play out rather than assume it will fade to pre-pandemic numbers.
Referring to the Supreme Court reversal of Roe v Wade's impact on Minnesota, Rep. Tina Liebling said, "If the Legislature were to suddenly be all Republican, if the governor was Republican, we could be Texas in a year."
Shaw writes, "Women in North Dakota are probably feeling safe because the Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, the only abortion clinic in the state, will move to neighboring Moorhead. That’s because abortion will remain legal in next door Minnesota. Sorry to say, things can change."