Blogs & Blog Posts on Government in Minnesota



Blogs on "Government"

Vox Verax
VOX VERAX — "The Voice of Truth" - Political, economic, environ...

The Whistleblower
Your destination for righting wrongs, uncovering injustices big and small a...

City Hall Scoop
TwinCities.com blog on local government

Making a Difference
Find ideas and resources for leaders making a difference. As a personal co...

Small Business Federal Government Contracting
A free blog assisting small business in federal government contracting

Lake Minnetonka Liberty
Conservative, common sense conversations about news, current affairs and po...

Share Tree
To share and comment on what I find of value in resource. True creativity w...

Blog Posts on Government

Caucus, smaucus- I'm not going and here's why by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 6, 2012 in precinct caucus, Elections, Governmentleeannwahi What are you doing Tuesday night? I've got my fingers crossed that Parenthood will finally have a new episode on TV. Otherwise, I'll finish the book I'm reading called the Marriage Gift, about slavery before the Civil War...



Downey wants to pay public workers like private workers by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 3, 2012 in Labor, Government, MinnesotaEric Ferguson State Rep. Keith Downey has a bill which would change public employee compensation based on a comparison to the private sector.Downey said, "The purpose of this is to put to rest this issue of whether we're fairly comp...



Opening the doors to government by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 2, 2012 in open government, Government, MinnesotaJohn Marty Government "of the people" is not very evident when the public is locked out of the political process or when the laws do not disclose information that voters need to understand conflicts of interest.Unfortunately, Minnes...



A legislative trick at the Minnesota Legislature by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 1, 2012 in Government, MinnesotaBy:  Rich Neumeister Whether it's the usual process how laws are made, or other ways such as the bait-and-switch or sleight of hand, the public has a right to know what legislators are up t...



Open government issues on Minnesota legislative agenda by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 26, 2012 in open government, Government, MinnesotaMary Treacy If all politics is local, policies, laws and regulations pertaining to state and local government information are hyperlocal. What matters to most citizens is the right to access to information by and about state, region...



First on the agenda Thursday: Weaken local control by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 25, 2012 in Government, MinnesotaBrian DeVore Well, that didn’t take long. Tomorrow, at the very first meeting of the Minnesota House Government Operations and Elections Committee, lawmakers will take up House File 389, which weakens township, county and city loc...



And now the facts about Native Americans in the Minnesota Legislature by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 22, 2012 in Government, Minnesota, Mary Treacy With the Legislature headed to town for the session that opens Tuesday, January 24, I find myself thinking and fretting about issues of transparency and open government.  At the same time I am intrigued by the chang...



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