Democratic lawmakers revive fight over community solar program – MinnPost

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Walker Orenstein at the Star Tribune writes DFL lawmakers have “quietly revived a fight about the costs and benefits of Minnesota’s community solar garden program, raising doubts about whether an unrelated bill for speeding up clean energy permits will pass.”

Sahan Journal and ProPublica report Attorney General Keith Ellison’s office filed a lawsuit against a home seller “who allegedly targeted the East African Muslim community for real estate deals that authorities called “predatory and deceptive.” 

KSTP’s Krystal Frasier reports Mystic Lake and Little Six Casinos have been added to a federal lawsuit filed by Running Aces that alleges the casinos have been offering unauthorized games.

Fox9 reports the body of a missing hiker was found near Spicer, Minnesota. The 39-year-old was reported missing over the weekend after going for a late-night kayaking trip near his rental.

Kristi Miller with the Pioneer Press reports Macalester College has a new mascot: The Highland Cow. “The Highland Cow will make its debut this fall, and a complete rebranding for athletics will be rolled out on uniforms and in other variations over time.”

Via KTTC: “The Minnesota Judicial Branch announced that it has officially reduced its major criminal caseload to pre-pandemic levels.”

Axios’ Kyle Stokes has a fun guide to how to make friends in Minnesota “if you didn’t go to kindergarten here.”

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