NEW PLATEAUS Will 3D Printing Make Gun Laws Useless?
It's pretty tough to enforce a law that regulates something when people can make that thing in their homes.
3D printing is on the cusp of taking the world by storm. The technology is being brought up... Posted on 2/25/13 at 8:30 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Three Bridges Gone, Two collapsed, One dead
There is a proverb that was passed down to the author by a friend of mine from Minnesota during a bridgehunting tour a couple years ago: Taking care of a valuable thing in life can prolong its life.... Posted on 11/6/12 at 9:07 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Lawyers, but No Guns or Money
Jack McDonald, the counsel for the North Dakota Newspaper Association, provided everyone in the room with a packet, entitled All Things Legal, with the subtitle: A brief look at ND open meetings and o... Posted on 5/9/12 at 1:00 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Jacob's Law signed to report child abuse
Gov. Mark Dayton today signed Jacobs Law, named after Jacob Gould and written to keep other youths from experiencing the same things he has.
The new law requires law enforcement officials to notify... Posted on 4/4/12 at 2:27 PM
REPRINT 1960: Leash Law Causes Barking, Whining
The Daily Globe offered a photo-opinion feature each week in 1960, but this one really went to the dogs.
(Sorry. I couldn't resist.)... Posted on 8/15/10 at 1:48 PM
JACKSON — With a 5 to 1 vote and in front of a full house, the Jackson City Council voted to move forward with pursuing law enforcement services from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, taking a step toward disbanding the Jackson Police Department.
JACKSON — Jackson County Sheriff Roger Hawkinson addressed his commissioners Tuesday morning, bringing them up to speed on talks between the city and county regarding a possible contract for sheriff’s office services if the Jackson Police Department is disbanded.
WORTHINGTON — Ten years ago, Minnesota State Trooper Ted Foss stopped a vehicle for speeding on I-90 near Lewiston and was speaking to the driver when a passing semi-truck drifted onto the shoulder of the road and struck Foss. He died at the scene.
Authorities explain boating laws, hope for injury-free Fourth of July weekend
WORTHINGTON — Shortly after 10:20 p.m. on July 4, 2005, there was a mass exodus of boats toward the shores of Lake Okabena after the fireworks show ended.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A move to help identify people who anonymously post libelous messages on blogs and other Internet sites was rejected Monday by South Dakota lawmakers after opponents said the state would have trouble regulating the worldwide network.
PIPESTONE — Effective Monday, a change in federal law will allow people who can legally possess firearms under federal, Minnesota and local laws to carry firearms in Pipestone National Monument, according to National Monument Superintendent Glen Livermont.
ST. PAUL — Gov. Tim Pawlenty tells the Minnesota Supreme Court that he and his commissioners followed state law and the constitution when he unilaterally cut state programs last summer.
In late December, a court ruled Pawlenty made those cuts unconstitutionally.
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