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Keith Ellison said restrictions in surrounding states could lead people to Minnesota, if U.S. Supreme Court strikes down protections.
Attorney General Keith Ellison said the additional attorneys could help take on complex criminal cases in Greater Minnesota that local prosecutors don't have the bandwidth to take.
The settlement agreement calls for refunds to customers who paid fees to use the free version of TurboTax for tax years 2016 through 2018.
Abortion rights groups have sued the state in an effort to repeal Minnesota laws that set a waiting period to access an abortion, require that physicians perform the procedures and mandates that clinics collect information about patients.

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The prohibition is part of a larger state government funding bill, and it sparked a lengthy debate Wednesday in the Senate Finance Committee.
Five candidates are seeking the Republican Party endorsement in the election to determine the state's top legal officer.
A special meeting was held Tuesday night to discuss sending comments made by Mayor Chris Swanson in a New York Times article about cryptocurrency.
Mayor Chris Swanson's comments appeared in a New York Times story just five days after the council sent his comments about a planned underwater hotel to the attorney general.
Prosecutors said Trenea Deshawn Davis recruited family members and friends to feign and exaggerate medical conditions in order to qualify for personal care assistants. They then falsely reported care services and split the money, according to the attorney general.
In order to maximize award money from a national settlement with drug distributors and Johnson & Johnson, state and local governments had to reach an agreement before Jan. 2 on how to divvy up funds.

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The panel met for its spring 2021 meeting on Monday, Nov. 22, after court actions delayed a planned June meeting.
Owner reiterates that she was left with little choice and simply wanted to help her employees during a difficult time.
The first-term Democratic-Former-Labor leader said he would continue to help Minnesotans afford their lives if he is elected to the office for a second term.

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