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Summer-like conditions with record temperatures lead to first Wisconsin tornado in February (www.mprnews.org)

At least one tornado was confirmed south of Madison and the National Weather Service was investigating reports of several more spawned from storms that swept across the southeastern part of the state around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, said meteorologist Taylor Patterson.

Shaping Minnesota’s cannabis industry: How regulations will be set and where the process stands (www.mprnews.org)

The cannabis office won’t likely have a director until mid-February at the earliest, and expungements aren’t expected until late summer. Minnesota officials have always been vague about exactly when retail sales of recreational cannabis would start, but predict it will be on store shelves sometime in the first quarter of...

Proposed federal law would put limits on use of $50 billion in opioid settlements (www.mprnews.org)

Some members of Congress are demanding federal oversight of billions of dollars in opioid settlements, which state and local governments began spending over the past two years — with some using it to plug budget holes rather than fight the addiction crisis....

Reformed mobster went after 'one last score' when he stole Judy Garland's ruby slippers from 'Oz' (www.mprnews.org)

The aging reformed mobster who has admitted stealing a pair of ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore in “The Wizard of Oz” gave into the temptation of “one last score” after an old mob associate led him to believe the famous shoes must be adorned with real jewels to justify their $1 million insured value.

Human remains held by U's medical school raise questions around tribal consultation (www.mprnews.org)

As the law changes, the University of Minnesota is working on how best to approach a set of human remains held in its medical school for years. A preliminary review found that some of the remains are likely Native American in origin....

More states extend health coverage to immigrants even as issue inflames GOP (www.mprnews.org)

A growing number of states are opening taxpayer-funded health insurance programs to immigrants, including those living in the U.S. without authorization, even as Republicans assail President Joe Biden over a dramatic increase in illegal crossings of the southern border....

Amazon, Starbucks worker unions are in limbo, even as UAW and others triumph (www.mprnews.org)

It was a triumphant year for workers. Part-time UPS drivers got 55% raises. Airline pilots 40%. And auto workers landed a 25% increase in pay plus additional cost of living adjustments. The wins were widespread, from Hollywood actors to nurses....

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