Here in Minnesota, with our history of relatively strong environmental standards, it seems that just about everyone agrees that we will take care of our land, our water and our air.
Budgeteer News, 09/16/2010
A look at the split second is given by the Wing Young Huie photography exhibit currently at the Depot. Many of the photos are of the marginalized or of minorities.
Budgeteer News, 09/05/2010
When Best Buy and Polaris Industries indirectly donated to Tom Emmer’s campaign for governor, the contribution slipped largely under the radar. When Target did a similar thing, it fueled a firestorm.
Budgeteer News, 08/19/2010
If, as has been said, crisis is just another word for opportunity, then Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been blessed with fortune.
Budgeteer News, 08/09/2010
My dad grew up on a farm in southern Minnesota and his family grew all the produce you knew what to do with, and some you didn’t, such as kohlrabi and ground cherries and poppy seed.
Budgeteer News, 07/22/2010
It’s a couple months after the oil rig blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, so we’ve had plenty of time to point fingers and level blame.
Budgeteer News, 07/08/2010
Duluth and Minnesota are forced to offer millions in tax incentives in order to compete. Wherever we live, we’re all losers as long as this continues.
Budgeteer News, 06/24/2010
The Lakewalk extension into Lakeside, just months after it was built, was so full of users that navigation by bikers could be a challenge. That’s a good thing, and evidence that the Lakewalk is money well spent.
Budgeteer News, 06/10/2010
In the book “Soccernomics,” Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski attempt to explain why English soccer teams didn’t perform well internationally during the second half of the 20th century.
Budgeteer News, 05/27/2010
Customers, through legislatures, have been demanding environmental improvements from electricity generators for years. But only 1 percent of us are willing to pay for it.
Budgeteer News, 05/13/2010
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