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DNR Rules Against Minnesota Bear Researcher

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources has affirmed its decision to deny a permit to for putting radio collars on black bears to a Minnesota researcher who has gained international attention for his work. 499 more words

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Prosecutors want most serious charges restored in attempted school massacre

WASECA, Minn. – Prosecutors are appealing the dismissal of attempted murder and attempted property damage charges against a teen who allegedly told authorities he was planning a mass killing. 214 more words

Local News

Minnesota COA Affirms TRO against Western Sky; Rejects Immunity Defense

Here is the opinion in State ex rel. Swanson v. CashCall Inc.:

Minn COA Unpublished Opinion

An excerpt:

Respondent State of Minnesota brought a consumer-enforcement action against appellants CashCall, Inc., and WS Funding, LLC, in July 2013, alleging that appellants are using a third company, Western Sky Financial, LLC, as a front to make usurious loans to Minnesota consumers.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Minnesota Appeals Court Affirms Negative Declaration on Need for EIS for Bible Camp

The Minnesota Court of Appeals, on July 21, 2014, issued an unpublished opinion affirming Itasca County’s issuance of a negative declaration on the need for an environmental-impact statement (EIS) for the… 311 more words

Environmental Law

Minnesota Court of Appeals Upholds Negative Declaration on Silica Sand EAW

On June 16, 2014, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued a decision with ramifications for Minnesota’s burgeoning silica (or “Frac”) sand industry. The court upheld the Winona County Board of Commissioners’ decisions to issue a negative declaration on the need for an environmental impact statement (EIS) and a conditional-use permit (CUP) for a proposed… 101 more words

Environmental Law