Minnesota’s economic news, w/e 7/26/19
Twin Cities Business: Minnesota Reports 3,300 New Jobs in June, But Will Those Numbers Change?
Wahepton Daily News: Minnesota’s unemployment rate holds steady for June
Finance & Commerce: Q&A: Tackling worker shortages one partnership at a time
Alexandria Echo Press: Letter to the Editor: Workers not hired because of visa paperwork
Mankato Free Press: Our View: Wages / Raising federal minimum wage far overdue
Twin Cities Business: Minneapolis to Hold Public Hearing on Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance
Bemidji Pioneer: LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Don’t ignore facts when it comes to Line 3
Grand Rapids Herald Review: Economic forecast in Minnesota’s Northwoods: Sunny with a few clouds
Swift County Monitor-News: Clear Strategy Needed To See Rural Minnesota Grow
Twin Cities Business: Minnesota Lagging U.S. for GDP Growth
State and local taxes and spending
Mille Lacs Messenger: Mille Lacs County – County says ‘no’ to wheelage tax increase
The Center Square: By the numbers: Minnesota has nation’s highest rental car tax rates
John Phelan is an economist at the Center of the American Experiment.