Case Not Completely Closed on Minneapolis Corruption

Case Not Completely Closed on Minneapolis Corruption

The prosecution of Bill Davis may have run its course with the DFL insider’s recent guilty plea to 16 counts of theft and fraud for bilking Community Action of Minneapolis out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. His son Jordan, a Minneapolis cop, will also be doing jail time […] Click here to view original post www.americanexperiment.org

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Fed-Up Judge Finds State Agency in Contempt

You have to work at it to be cited for contempt of court in Minnesota. It’s a rare sanction for individuals and essentially, unheard of for government agencies—until now. A party has to act in bad faith or display disrespect for the judicial process in order for a judge […] Click here to view original post www.americanexperiment.org

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Minnesota legislators spar over open meetings law

Maybe Rep. Denny McNamara, R-Hastings, should show up early for meetings of the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources more often. If he hadn’t, no one would have witnessed Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji, wrapping up a lengthy closed-door session in his office Tuesday with two fellow LCCMR co-chairs and top staff. But was it a blatant violation of open meeting laws or a routine organizational meeting for a commission considering tens of millions of dollars in funding proposals for environmental projects? Read the Rest at Watchdog.org MN Bureau

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