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Gov. Tim Walz announced that the first round of staffing support teams was set to move out to 23 hospitals.
The National School Boards Association asked the FBI to address harassment and threats at school board meetings across the country as parents packed meetings to oppose COVID-19 precautions and the way districts handled topics like race and gender.
Qualls joins a crowded field of Republican hopefuls vying to take on Gov. Tim Walz in the general election.
The attorney general said he was grateful to be vaccinated and only experiencing mild symptoms from the virus.

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The three-member panel voted unanimously to allow the woman who'd been involved in an abusive relationship to serve out the remainder of her sentence on supervision.
The case could reshape abortion rights across the country and in the Midwest: Several states are poised to impose additional restrictions if the Mississippi law is upheld.
“We’re not recruiting enough teachers and we’re not retaining them. Since the pandemic began, I think we do have a legitimate teacher shortage,” said the leader of North Dakota's statewide teachers union.
Michelle Benson, Paul Gazelka, Scott Jensen, Mike Murphy and Neil Shah discussed their personal health histories and vaccine views during a 3rd District candidate forum in Wayzata, Minnesota, on Tuesday, Dec. 7.
The record-setting figure kicked off debates Tuesday, Dec. 7, about how lawmakers should spend the money in the upcoming legislative session.
The Walz administration on Monday, Dec. 6, set a Jan. 31 target to train and deploy 1,000 new certified nursing assistants.

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Tammi Kromenaker, director of the Red River Women's Clinic, said a move from Fargo to Moorhead is possible if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade and North Dakota's "trigger ban" on abortions goes into effect.
Biden toured Dakota County Technical College before speaking with local leaders, students and others about the massive spending package.
Minnesota law currently bars felons on probation, parole and supervised release from voting. The ACLU says felon disenfranchisement particularly affects Greater Minnesota, where probation lengths are on average 46% longer.

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