Minnesota Afternoon Report 11-20-23

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>>Supreme Court declines to review Chauvin’s federal conviction in George Floyd’s murder (Washington, DC) — The U-S Supreme Court has declined to review former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s latest appeal which attempted to overturn his federal conviction in the murder of George Floyd. The high court did not give an explanation for its decision. […]

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Midday Briefs November 17th, 2023

>>Give to the Max Day 2023 Results (Undated) – Organizers are calling Give to the Max Day 2023 a “huge success.” GiveMN deputy executive director Jenna Ray says people showed their generosity and strong support for nonprofits and schools in the state. Ray says, “Tens of thousands of donors from Minnesota and around the world […] The post Midday Briefs November 17th, 2023 appeared first on Minnesota News Network.

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>>Feds Award $500k for Northern Lights Express Passenger Rail Project (St. Paul, MN) – MnDOT now has half-a-million dollars from the federal government to move forward with planning on proposed “Northern Lights Express” (NLX) passenger rail service between Minneapolis and Duluth. The project, with a price tag around one billion […]

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