Category Archives: State law

Amendment to determine who gets to vote on marriage question

The outcome of the Nov. 6 vote won’t stop the debate over the legal definition of marriage in Minnesota. Importantly, however, it will determine which Minnesotans get a meaningful voice in that debate. If the “vote no” side wins, only … Continue reading

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Free doctors to apologize

In “Emerging Son,” I write about undergoing surgery that fails. The mistake wasn’t detected until after a two-week recovery period. I remember when it was discovered. The doctor’s face went ashen. He understood the magnitude of the failure much more … Continue reading

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