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Abortion will remain legal in Minnesota for the foreseeable future following the Supreme Court's ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, but the decision is expected to increase demand for the procedure from out-of-state patients.
What SCOTUS said: The decision in Dobbs v. Jackson, issued Friday morning, effectively ends all federal protections on abortion.
- "The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the 6-3 ruling.
This week's "hot homes" collection includes a Highland Park abode with trendy finishes and a bright bungalow in Longfellow.
Situational awareness: Twin Cities' housing supply in May increased for the first time in two years, per new data from Minneapolis Area REALTORS and the Saint Paul Area Association of REALTORS.
🪐 Get up very early on Saturday for Planet Party at the Bell Museum. From 4am-5am, all seven planets (plus Pluto) will be visible in the night sky. Telescopes will be provided. Free, but registration required.
🖼 If you want to see some non-immersive Van Gogh, Minneapolis Institute of Art has a new exhibition opening Saturday featuring five paintings by the artist. $16.
"Invasive carp" doesn't sound mouth watering. But how about copi?
Driving the news: The Illinois Department of Natural Resources launched a campaign Wednesday to rename the pestilent fish, according to Axios Chicago's Monica Eng.
Football players continue to lead fellow Gophers when it comes to scoring promotional deals off the field, data obtained by Axios shows.
Driving the news: Student athletes at the University of Minnesota's flagship campus disclosed more than 90 agreements to capitalize on their "name, image and likeness" (NIL) since November.
Minnesotans can cast their ballots for the state's Aug. 9 primary election starting Friday, June 24.
Why it matters: These contests will determine which candidates faceoff in the high-stakes November midterm election.
Chet Holmgren has a chance to become the highest-selected Minnesota-raised player in the NBA Draft since Kevin McHale.
What's happening: The Minneapolis native is a consensus top-four pick in mock drafts, with a few experts predicting he will be the first player selected.
This summer’s big resurgence in air travel has hit some turbulence in the form of rapidly rising flight prices.
“Flying” the news: After years stuck at home due to the pandemic, people are ready to board a plane again.