A ‘Minneapolis economic’ newsletter, launched in 2015, has quickly become one of the city’s most popular and respected.

In fact, the Minnesotans can now choose a newsletter to subscribe to, or they can sign up for a free trial to receive daily, in-depth reports on a variety of topics.

The Minnesota Economic News has been around for more than two years, but the company is expanding and has expanded its offerings to include reports on the Minnesota Department of Transportation, local government and local businesses.

Here are some of the top stories of the past year, and what to expect next year:  The Minnesota Department Of Transportation has received more than 5,000 submissions for a submission form, and a third of the submissions have been submitted by individuals and small businesses.

It has now received over 3,000 comments.

The state also is accepting submissions for the first time.

In 2018, Minnesota’s Department of Revenue and its local governments submitted over 1,000 applications for a state subsidy.

This year, the state is accepting applications for additional funding for infrastructure, and also for a local tax credit. 

 Minnesotan business owners are now eligible for up to $1,000 in incentives and tax breaks from the Minnesota Small Business Development Corporation. 

Minneotans are now able to apply for tax credits up to a maximum of $1 million, and the state also approved an incentive of up to 5% for businesses with five or more employees. 

Minnesota will no longer be exempt from sales taxes on groceries and other items that are produced in the state, unless those products are sold in a place where Minnesota has an annual sales tax of more than $10,000. 

As a result, Minnesoteans will now be able to purchase a certain amount of groceries from a grocery store, including frozen food, packaged foods and beverages. 

The city of Minneapolis is also set to receive a state grant to fund its first homeless shelter, which will provide beds for homeless people who have been housed in the city since the beginning of the year. 

A new law will allow people who live in Minnesota to qualify for unemployment benefits, up to 30 days in a week. 

Brent Myers, a member of the City Council, introduced the Homelessness Relief Act on April 27. 

“This is a bill that will help people who are living in poverty, who are not able to afford housing,” Myers said.

“It’s not going to be a permanent solution, but this is a very important piece of legislation to make sure we have a place for people who need housing.” 

Minnesota residents will now have access to an income-based job training program for the homeless, and for the state to develop a comprehensive, state-wide plan for the care of homeless people in the community. 

In 2018, a special fund will be created for homeless veterans and their families. 

To help ensure that Minnesotes economy remains strong, the city of St. Paul will increase the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10 an hour. 

There will be an increase in the number of day care spaces in St. Louis County, and in 2017, the City of St Louis passed an ordinance that created an economic development incentive program. 

St. Paul also is working on legislation that would raise the minimum price of liquor to $4.50 an ounce, and to require more retailers to provide food and drink at their stores. 

While Minnesota’s unemployment rate is expected to fall to 4.4%, the city is also considering an increase to the minimum wages for state employees, as well as a statewide minimum wage increase to $11.50. 

When asked about the state’s fiscal future, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton said that the state would be “in a position to continue investing in our economy, which is important, because that means more people have jobs.” 

St Louis will have to increase the amount of water it distributes to customers, and its city has to spend money to provide clean water to residents, but it has not been asked to make any changes to the amount it distills. 

Other changes the state has been considering include making it easier for people to find jobs, making it harder for businesses to avoid paying taxes and instituting a state payroll tax on those who don’t pay their fair share. 

Local governments have already been asked for money to pay for the creation of the $1.1 billion Metro North Regional Transit Authority, and there are several other projects that could make their way to the state budget. 

More than 1,600 people have signed up for the Minneotas first unemployment benefit program.

St. Louis is one of two cities in the Midwest that has seen its unemployment rate fall below 4%.