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With plenty of cash to go around, it's time to expand and repair parks, wildlife areas and boat landings.
A rail strike could freeze almost 30% of cargo shipments, stoke inflation and cost the American economy as much as $2 billion per day.
The state’s October unemployment rate rose slightly to 2.1%, from 2% in September. The rate remains historically low.
The North Dakota governor's plan released Wednesday would allocate more than $50 million in state funds to a series of workforce development programs.
Minnesota’s September unemployment rate remained low at 2%, up one-tenth of a point from August and compared with a national rate of 3.5%.
According to the new report, higher wages and salaries have resulted in higher household and family incomes across North Dakota; but despite the rise in incomes, there has been little overall change

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Minnesota’s labor force participation rate — measuring the amount of people working or actively seeking work — dropped two-tenths of a percentage point to 68.2%.
The TEENS Act would expand workable hours for affected teenagers to span from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m., as well as increase the number of workable hours during a school week to 24.
As Minnesota's territorial population exploded in the mid-1800s, workers began organizing and unionizing to fight for their rights, though it sometimes turned deadly.

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