“One lawyer says this reversal could be a "game-changer" for other lawsuits seeking compensation for businesses shut down during the onset of the COVID pandemic.”Read more
“In case you think the IB has just done a great job handling the epidemic with no adverse effects, look at what his school closures and terror campaign have done to Minnesota’s children. (Strib Story) That is what triggered me to write this post. We literally drove children insane and then we don’t have a plan for caring for them, when the need was totally predictable based on the closures and terror campaign. Criminal and someone needs to investigate.”
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“As those of you who live in this benighted state know, our pathetic Governor and even more pathetic and evil Attorney General are prosecuting bar and restaurant owners who disobey their unconstitutional and illegal orders to shut down."
If you can help, send some money to the Upper Midwest Law Center. There is a link in the article. Thank You, Kevin Roche.Read more
"The Republican-controlled Senate voted to remove Minnesota Department of Commerce Commissioner Steve Kelley Friday before the one-day special session concluded."Read more
"A lawsuit by 13 state GOP legislators and the Free Minnesota Coalition has been dismissed in Ramsey County District Court."
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"The federal government has denied a request from the state of Minnesota for a disaster declaration and accompanying financial support, to help clean up and repair fire damage from unrest following the police killing of George Floyd."Read more
81% of Minnesota COVID-19 Deaths Are from Nursing Homes, but Facilities Still Allowed to Admit Positive Patients
"No state has a higher percentage of COVID-19 deaths from nursing home residents than Minnesota."Read more
“Over 70 Minnesota chambers of commerce representing thousands of Minnesota, businesses have signed a letter telling Gov. Tim Walz, “It’s time to get Minnesota moving again.”
The May 5 letter sent to Gov. Walz, and copied to Minnesota House and Senate leaders, urges the governor to consider a “more rapid and equitable approach to safely open businesses of all sizes,” and points out the fact that even DEED Commissioner Steve Grove acknowledged last week that small businesses have borne a disproportionate amount of the economic burden.”
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