A move to prohibit synthetic substances that mimic marijuana and other drugs is gaining traction at the Capitol. A Senate public safety panel voted Thursday to consider incorporating the proposal into a larger drug bill.
Less than a week after U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan scolded Minnesota for not having more ways for talented people to become teachers, a state House committee approved a bill that would do just that.
The white snow flew and the red ink grew as 2010 drew to a close in Minnesota, but the snowstorm that brought down the Metrodome roof and a daunting $6.2 billion projected state deficit were just two of the year's most notable stories.
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