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Rearview — June 3, 2023 — Saturday

Auburnpub dot com 01 Jun 2023
On June 3, 1989, Chinese army troops began their sweep of Beijing to crush student-led pro-democracy demonstrations. On this date ... In 2008, Barack Obama claimed the Democratic presidential nomination, speaking in the same St. Paul, Minnesota, arena where Republicans would be holding their national convention in September 2008 ... Actor James Arness (TV ... .

AG sues makers of PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ that have seeped into drinking water

The Spokesman-Review 01 Jun 2023
Ferguson is far from alone in going after companies like 3M and DuPont on PFAS claims ... In 2017, DuPont and Chemours agreed to pay $671 million to settle about 3,500 personal injury claims from around a plant near Parkersburg, West Virginia. In 2018, the state of Minnesota settled a ...

Revised DACA program to be debated before Texas judge who previously ruled against it

Scottsbluff StarHerald 01 Jun 2023
... Sheriff's conviction for misconduct Minnesota governor signs bill to legalize marijuana, effective this summer. The states claimed they incur hundreds of millions of dollars in health care, education and other costs when immigrants are allowed to remain in the country illegally.

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Sportslens 31 May 2023
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Minnesota becomes fourth state to ban noncompetes

MinnPost 31 May 2023
Under the new law, an employer must not require an employee who primarily resides and works in Minnesota, as a condition of employment, to agree to a provision in an agreement that specifies it is governed by another state’s law or requires the employee to litigate a claim arising in Minnesota in another state.

GOP reps call for federal ‘action’ on University of Minnesota program that banned white students

New York Post 31 May 2023
University of Minnesota ‘evaluating’ program that bans white students after discrimination complaint ... In April, University of Minnesota academics retracted an article they wrote claiming there was pervasive “structural racism” at the institution after blowback from officials.

Grasshopper plagues, sod house part of Sandager history on 150-year family farm

The Globe 31 May 2023
He’s hosted several groups of students to the Sandager farm in the southeast quarter of Section 19, Martin Township, as he shares the story of his great-great-grandparents, Simon and Ann Skovgaard, making their way from Heils, Denmark, to southwest Minnesota ... Nels, who was also a Dane, had attended college at the University of Minnesota.

Minnesota parents rail against school district for making book 'Call me Max' - which teaches ...

The Daily Mail 30 May 2023
'Call Me Max,' a picture book penned by a transgender man, tells the story of a child who identifies as transgender - and is currently being read aloud to kids as young as four in Minnesota, public school officials in the state have confirmed ... She claims the book has been given to first-graders in the school district.

Board hears report from risk pooling agency

Tri-County News Cottonwood 29 May 2023
We pool risks from across 81 counties in Minnesota as it relates to automobile insurance coverage, liability, workers compensation, a variety of coverage types, and we manage the payment of those risks or management of those claims on your behalf and on behalf of the citizens of your county,” Clabaugh explained.

Minnesota lawmakers update commercial building code amid flurry of energy bills

MinnPost 28 May 2023
Minnesota would accelerate its adoption of commercial building codes and put new large buildings on a path toward using 80% less energy by 2036 under legislation awaiting the governor’s signature ... The bill was crafted to help the state meet goals in Minnesota’s Climate Action Framework.

Under new coordinator Brian Flores, what will Vikings defense look like?

The Jamestown Sun 28 May 2023
Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Brian Flores claims he’s still in the early stages of the installation process ... MORE MINNESOTA VIKINGS COVERAGE. ... Vikings finalize Za’Darius Smith trade, sign pair of Minnesota natives. Fullback Zach Ojile from Minnesota-Duluth and offensive lineman Sam Schlueter from Minnesota have also signed with the team ... .

Phillies newcomer Dylan Covey to face Braves, Spencer Strider

Morgan Citizen 28 May 2023
The visiting Philadelphia Phillies will send a new addition to the mound on Sunday night as they attempt to take the final three games of their four-game road series against the National League East-leading Atlanta Braves ... "That could have gotten away from us right there ... Got it done." ... Atlanta claimed Rodriguez on waivers from Minnesota on May 15 ... .

Closure of Bigfoot BBQ forced cancelation of wedding plans for Grand Forks couple

Grand Forks Herald 26 May 2023
Minnesota. Charges dismissed in central Minnesota cold case homicide after death of defendant ... Minnesota. Man indicted on murder charges in Waite Park, Minnesota, stabbing death ... Minnesota court documents show the Eagles Club made a claim in small claims court against Bigfoot BBQ in November 2020 for missed rent and other fees.

Changes to Connecticut’s anti-discrimination laws won’t make pedophiles a protected class

The Associated Press 26 May 2023
CLAIM ... Many of the posts cite an article titled, “Connecticut follows Minnesota in first step to normalize pedophilia,” that was published on conservative news site Hot Air.  ... A recent bill in Minnesota that proposed similar changes to the state’s definition of “sexual orientation” led to the same erroneous claims.

Minn. Gov. vetoes pay raise for drivers after Uber, Lyft threaten price hikes

Ars Technica 26 May 2023
Days after Minnesota Uber and Lyft drivers celebrated the passing of ridesharing legislation that would have increased their pay and protections, the state's governor, Tim Walz, vetoed the bill. Now Minnesota drivers are outraged, claiming that the governor bowed to "scare tactics."

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