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Mandatory paid sick time passes Minneapolis City Council
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Paid sick time is now mandatory in the city of Minneapolis. The paid sick time ordinance passed the Minneapolis City Council by a unanimous vote Friday morning.
Workers, labor groups cheer passage of Minneapolis sick-leave ordinance  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis Becomes First City in Minnesota to Require Paid Sick Leave  The National Law Review
City of Minneapolis is poised to err with anti-business mandate on sick time
The city of Minneapolis is on the precipice of a major decision: whether to make itself the overriding authority on the sick-time benefits a private company provides for its workers.
City of Minneapolis Wants To Charge More for Downtown Parking for Events
The City of Minneapolis has no plans to increase parking prices in city owned ramps and lots, according to city officials. But it would like the ability to charge more for downtown parking spaces, especially during special events like concerts and ball ...
Minneapolis council pledges support for transgender community, advisory group
The city of Minneapolis will create a permanent transgender issues advisory group as part of a broader pledge to support the transgender community.
Text of Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges' State of the City Address
•Finally, as many of you know, Minneapolis is one of only six cities in the country to participate in the ground-breaking National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice.
Minneapolis City Council Will Vote on Paid Sick Leave Ordinance on May 27, 2016  Lexology (registration)
Hodges: Help on the way to stem north Minneapolis violence  Minnesota Public Radio News
City of Minneapolis settles in brutality lawsuit against officer
Minneapolis officials have reached an out-of-court settlement in a lawsuit against police officer Tyrone Barze Jr., whose misconduct cases have cost the city nearly $320,000 over the past two years. The settlement brings to a close the latest legal ...
Move Minneapolis leader fires back at scathing city audit
The leader of a nonprofit targeted by a scathing City Hall audit fired back Wednesday, saying the city was aware of the organization's accounting practices and that no business files were destroyed in the partial wipe of a key computer.
Audit Reveals Minneapolis Non-Profit Over Billed Feds, Deleted Files  KSTP.com
Temporary Greenway Coming To North Mpls.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - The city of Minneapolis will put in a temporary greenway in a north Minneapolis neighborhood to test how a permanent greenway would work in the area.
Minneapolis' vanished history: Life on Skid Row
Shiffer's new book, "The King of Skid Row," looks at the city laws that created the liquor-soaked neighborhood, and at the man who held court there: John Bacich.
Streetscapes: Living in downtown Minneapolis was a badge of shame in the ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis Furthers Transgender Equity Efforts Through New Resolution
The City of Minneapolis furthered its efforts to create an inclusive space for transgender and gender non-conforming residents Friday through the approval of a new resolution.