Policy

First-Term Congresswoman Angie Craig Appreciates Bipartisanship

  Minnesota's Second Congressional District (CD2) voted for Republican President Donald Trump in 2016 and then sent Democrat Angie Craig to Congress in 2018. "It...

First-Term Democratic Congressman Dean Phillips ‘Learns Something Every Day’

  Minnesota Congressman Dean Phillips is home from Washington, D.C. for the August recess and he's busy learning about his his district in the western...

First-Term Republican Congressman Jim Hagedorn Returns Home

  Congressman Jim Hagedorn is happy to be back in his southern Minnesota district. He's home from Washington, D.C., during the August recess. This visit...

Census Day is coming. Here’s why it matters.

  Get ready for Census Day on April 1, 2020. The Census is coming - and it's important for you to do your part to help...

Wondering how confidential the Census is?

  When some people consider the prospect of filling out the Census, issues of confidentiality can give them pause: How do I know that my...

Find Out Why Minnesota Could Be a Big Loser in 2020

  Minnesota is on the verge of losing representation in the US Congress. During the last Census, Minnesota almost lost what is currently the state's...

MN Legislators ‘Hammer Out Their Differences’ Over Affordable Housing

  Summer inevitably brings construction season to Minnesota - but when there's an affordable housing crisis, the work can't happen fast enough. Habitat for Humanity...

Census 102: Confidentiality Is In Our Bones

  It’s said that the Census is the biggest peacetime mobilization in the U.S. Find out what data is gathered, how that's done and, importantly, who has...

Census 101: Get Your Civics On

  Why should I fill out the Census? What good will it do for me or my community? What is the Census and how does it...

30-Second Minnesota: Time Troubles in the Twin Towns

  What happened in September 1965 that confused everyone in the twin cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul?  Hint: If you needed to set your...