Theft of catalytic converters from cars is a problem that few people were familiar with until recently. But the problem is large and growing drastically. In January, St. Paul reported more than twice as many converter thefts as they saw a year earlier, on top of similar increases in each of the last few years.
Bills to drive down healthcare costs in rural Minnesota See Rural Initiatives Gun-shaped cell phone cases A new cell phone case shaped like a handgun has received a highly-critical reception from legislators and police officers. Marketed toward youth, the case… Read More »Commerce bills that did not pass
Under existing law, if a real estate broker’s license expires while they are on active duty military service, they have a six-month grace period in which to renew their license upon returning home. Transitioning back into civilian life can prove… Read More »Veterans brokers examination licensing experience waiver requirement
Life insurers set aside reserves (capital) in order to ensure that they are able to pay future claims. The existing system insurers use to calculate reserves has been in place since the Civil War, and some insurance companies and regulators… Read More »Life insurance reserves modification
When motor vehicle manufacturers sell their cars internationally, they price the cars sold in those countries differently than they do cars sold in the United States. The prices can be significantly higher in other countries: sometimes double or triple the… Read More »Unfair motor vehicle distribution