KFAI morning radio show interviews Student Debt Cancellation Crew leader Megan on “cathARTsis”

Barb Abney and Mason Butler of KFAI interviewed Student Debt Cancellation Crew leader Megan Finegan about our cathARTsis event featuring art depicting the impacts of student debt. (Interview starts at 7:27)

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Rent policies: In St. Paul, ignore scare tactics, stay the course set in the election

“More than 30,000 residents voted for real change for the nearly 58,000 renter households who deserve the opportunity to Keep St. Paul Home. Our local government has a duty to

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A New Strategy to Persuade Voters: Listen Carefully. And Don’t Hurry.

Ms. Otero, the deputy director of TakeAction Minnesota, listened as much as she talked. Finally, she asked: On a scale of one to 10, with 10 being completely in favor

A canvasser, Amanda Otero, left, spoke with Mary Scavotto about a Minneapolis ballot measure.

Over A Year After George Floyd’s Murder, Minneapolis Residents Organize To Expand Public Safety Housing Opportunity

Local elections are the basic building block of democracy, with residents having an opportunity to directly impact legislation that will impact their lives. 

State supreme court approves ballot question on Minneapolis police

“Lawsuits brought forward by Minneapolis residents who have personal, financial, and political ties to Mayor Jacob Frey were clearly never about the ballot language — they were about trying to

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Should the mayor of Minneapolis have more power? Here is everything you need to know about the strong-mayor amendment on the ballot this fall.

“People are kidding themselves if they think consolidating power away from underrepresented wards is more democratic,” said Kenza Hadj-Moussa, a spokesperson for TakeAction Minnesota. 

Minneapolis City Hall, where the Mayor's Office resides. Credit: Marianne Combs | MPR News

Minnesota Democrats clash over Minneapolis measure to overhaul police

The progressive political group TakeAction MN defended the measure and blasted Walz for failing to pass more meaningful police reform on the state level. “We deeply regret that [Walz] has

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