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Pushback against ‘vaccine passports’ puts colleges in a quandary

WASHINGTON — Florida’s Nova Southeastern University joined a small group of U.S. colleges on April 1, when the private research university announced that it...

High demand for COVID-19 vaccine eases fear of hesitancy, but resistance...

Before a row of cameras, Democratic-Farmer-Labor Gov. Tim Walz and former GOP Gov. Tim Pawlenty rolled up their sleeves and relaxed their arms as...

Special Report: Dozens of members of Congress are vaccinated against COVID-19,...

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress were among the first people in the U.S. to have access to the sought-after COVID-19 vaccine when the initial...

Walz: ‘Brighter days are here, and even more are coming’

Speaking from his old classroom at Mankato West High School, Gov. Tim Walz gave an optimistic view of Minnesota’s standing, telling residents in a...

All Minnesotans 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday

Beginning Tuesday, all Minnesotans 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Tim Walz’s office said on Thursday.  Walz will announce on...

House DFL outlines $52.5 billion budget blueprint

House Democratic-Farmer-Labor leaders on Tuesday outlined their budget priorities, setting a $52.5 billion blueprint that calls for new spending on schools, colleges, health and...

Minnesota budget picture comes into focus as federal stimulus dollars pour...

Minnesota lawmakers have two months to negotiate a new state budget or risk going into legislative overtime.  When the year started, the Legislature was facing...

‘Vaccine passports’ that show you’re inoculated are on the way

WASHINGTON — More than 70 million Americans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine — and along with that shot, a...

Pandemic restrictions in Minnesota to ease dramatically starting March 15

Gov. Tim Walz on Friday dramatically loosened COVID-19 restrictions, expressing optimism that life in Minnesota would soon return closer to normal a year after...

How Inequity Gets Built Into America’s Vaccination System

This story was originally published by ProPublica. It’s a fact that simply being eligible for a vaccine in America doesn’t mean that you can instantly...