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Minnesota's Medical Cannabis Program Fast to Move But Overshadowed by Restriction

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Minnesota's highly restrictive medical cannabis laws were discussed and constructively criticized at length in the Drug War Times today. The program is heralded for its quick passage through legislature and implementation in the state, but criticized by reformists who say there are too many restrictions and not enough access, plus the products are expensive causing many to purchase their pot illegally.

Glenn Taylor Looking to Sell Part of Timberwolves

Tyus Jones, MN Timberwolves

Glenn Taylor is reportedly selling part of the Minnesota Timberwolves NBA basketball team franchise. One of the two buyers is a Chinese investor.

Prince Accidentally Died From Fentanyl Overdose Says MMEO

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According to the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office, Prince's death is considered an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a strong opioid, that was administered by himself.

Minnesota Valley Warriors Defeat Brawlers Saturday in Madelia

The Minnesota Brawlers were defeated by the Minnesota Valley Warriors of Minnetonka on Saturday in Madelia. Watch the full video here.

Brawlers v Sting in HD Full Game and Stats

Get the scoop on last weekend's Brawlers game against the Sting in Madelia.

Brawlers v Sting Full Game in Low Res, Full HD Coming

Watch the full game in HD below on the Mankato Gazette Zoom Village video page.

Brawlers Defeated by Des Moines Blaze Saturday

The Des Moines Blaze defeated the Minnesota Brawlers semi pro football team 38-6 on Saturday in Des Moines at a regional sports complex.

MN Brawlers Dominate at Irondale Against Midwest Outlaws

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The Minnesota Brawlers played at Irondale High School and demolished the Midwest Outlaws last weekend.

Minnesota Breathalyzer Refusal Law Challenged in US Supreme Court

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On April 20, the United States Supreme Court will rule on whether or not the "implied consent" law, which refers to being charged with a crime for not submitting to a breathalyzer test, is actually constitutional or not.

MPR Report and Census Data Explores Issues with MN Infrastructure

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Minnesota is growing. According to Minnesota Public Radio news, it is mostly from an influx of more than 400,000 new immigrants and an explosion of new births.