Ten years ago last week, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down one of the most significant property rights decisions in modern court history. Their 5 – 4 ruling in June of 2005 in the Kelo v New London case allowed the government to take away the home of Susette Kelo so that it could be replaced by a much larger commercial development.
The case we've been waiting for Last week the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that will likely determine the future of public sector unions. The case, Friedrichs v.
The good news: the Minnesota legislature adjourned on Monday, May 18th and accomplished a great deal of bi-partisan reform. This is a major accomplishment for first-term Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt since Republicans who control the House occupy only one-third of state government. The bad news: Governor Dayton apparently doesn’t understand the nature of compromise and vetoed three of the bills that passed the legislature with bipartisan support.
Rudy Boschwitz and the Rise of the Modern Conservative Movement in Minnesota
Small Group Insurance Rates
Analysis of Dayton's Tax Plan
Minimum Wage in Minnesota
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