County elections officials have already printed all 350,000 ballots with the language.
Hennepin County elections officials have already printed all 350,000 ballots with the language.
Minnesota’s highest court will delve into the Minneapolis police ballot dispute, now that a lower court judge has once again struck down the language as too vague.
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that former MPD officer Mohamed Noor’s third-degree murder charge should be reversed.
A Hennepin County judge once again is mulling whether the language of a ballot question to revamp public safety is clear enough for Minneapolis voters to understand.
Thompson testified he did not resist when a Robbinsdale police officer tried to arrest him during an incident at North Memorial Hospital.
Once signed, Travis’ Law will require 911 operators to refer calls involving mental health crises to mental health crisis teams.
Lawmakers voted Wednesday morning to end Gov. Tim Walz’s emergency powers effective July 1. Democrats agreed to it in exchange for keeping some police reforms.
Governor Walz has signed 8 spending bills into law, so it wouldn’t be a complete government shutdown, but the specter of a partial shutdown Thursday is real.
Minnesota State Capitol Democrats say they’ll try to amend the public safety bill to include reforms left out of the compromise between the House and Senate.
Minnesota House Democrats and Senate Republicans have reached the framework of a deal on police reforms and other elements of the public safety bill.
Gov. Tim Walz said the elusive police reforms deal may be coming together. He said it’s necessary to help protect citizens and officers in critical situations.