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glencar wrote:Most of the BLMers in Annie's link seem to be angry that another person is dead, regardless of race. Kudos to them. This case is especially egregious!
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glencar wrote:Minnesota sounds dangerous yet boring on so many levels.
July 11, 2017
Minnesota again named among the top
states for business in the nation. Minnesota
rose from 4th place in 2016 to 3rd in 2017; Minnesota was previously ranked
America’s Top State for Business in 2015.
ST. PAUL, MN – Minnesota is
America’s Third Best State for Business in 2017, according to a new report released today by CNBC.
Minnesota moved into the third spot this year, after placing fourth in 2016 and
coming in first as America’s Top State for Business in 2015.
CNBC’s annual study scores all 50 states on 66 measures of competitiveness,
separated into 10 categories. These categories include workforce, economy,
infrastructure and transportation, technology and innovation, education, cost
of living, cost of doing business, access to capital, business friendliness and
quality of life.
“The credit for our state’s
continued economic success belongs to the people of Minnesota. I thank the
hardworking Minnesotans and business owners who have made Minnesota home to
their families, innovative companies, and a great quality of life,” said
Governor Mark Dayton. “By continuing to support excellent educations and a
world-class workforce, we can create even better opportunities for Minnesota
businesses and families.”
Since 2011, the Minnesota economy
has added more than 277,500 new jobs. These new jobs have been added by the
growing number of business relocating to Minnesota, in addition to companies
that have announced expansions within the state. Minnesota has now seen 35
straight months of unemployment at or below 4 percent.
“Minnesota continues to be
recognized as one of the premiere states for doing business,” said Minnesota
Employment and Economic Development Commissioner Shawntera $@@$*. “This
distinction coupled with our top-rated workforce, education, and quality of
life, make Minnesota one of the best places in the country for businesses to
start, expand, or relocate.”
In 2014, Minnesota tied for 12th
place in the education category. In 2017, Minnesota now ranks 2nd, thanks to
the state’s educated workers and the availability of over 200 public and
private higher-education institutions that offer companies the ability to
recruit talent. The study also emphasized the Minnesota has some of the best
K–12 test scores in the nation.
According to the U.S. Bureau of
Labor and Statistics, Minnesota ranks 4th in the country for the percent of the
working-age population with a high school diploma or higher, at more than 92
percent, and 11th in the nation for percent of the population with a Bachelor’s
Degree or higher at more than 34 percent.
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Although Noor and the other officer were wearing body cameras, they were not turned on during the shooting
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a predictable pattern to the aftermath of too many deadly police
shootings: Neighbors and anti-police brutality groups take to the
streets. Groups supporting the officers stand up for them. Social media
lights up over whether the victim "did something" to provoke the
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