By Pratik Joshi
HF2752 would appropriate $65 million to provide financial aid and scholarships to low- and middle-income families, and boost student support services such as academic and career counseling.
By Rob Hubbard
Sponsored by Rep. Patty Acomb (DFL-Minnetonka), the bill would appropriate $300,000 to the Pollution Control Agency in fiscal year 2023 to prepare a report on potential strategies to reduce statewide greenhouse gas emissions.
By Mike Cook
HF3403 would establish a procedure whereby people could understand within 60 days of a preliminary application if they’re eligible for a license before spending time and money trying to attain it.
By Margaret Stevens
The time is right to close the wealth gap, say legislators in favor of a $50 million fund to support emerging developers who lack access to capital and networks that can tip the balance to a project’s success.