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    Big Business's powerful wingman
    March 20, 2015

    Many in the public see large corporations as having tremendous power, and the government as the only entity large enough to check that power. Internet users cheered when the FCC acted to regulate the telecommunications companies on the federal level. But will this move really help individual consumers? We dive into the history of government regulation, starting with the Railroads.
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    The speed-trap of Net Neutrality
    February 24, 2015

    Love your internet? Don’t we all. But it might be about to change. We consider what's made the freewheeling internet such a success and shine some light on what "net neutrality" means. Few understand it; isn't "neutrality" a good thing? Well, here’s a hint: the government is about to get involved.
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    Grand opening of HQ marks a new chapter
    February 2, 2015

    A new chapter for the Libertarian Party began yesterday with the Grand Opening of our State Party Headquarters in Minneapolis. It was kicked it off in fashion with over 60 attendees enjoying the amazing food and the Super Bowl. Attendees were a mix of new and old faces, with 4 state chairs in attendance! Thanks again to all who made it happen.
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    2015 LPMN State Convention
    February 1, 2015

    Registration is open for an action-packed 2015 convention on Saturday, April 25! In addition to our keynote speaker, often listed as one of the Top 10 Young Libertarians Julie Borowski, our convention features speakers and THIRTEEN workshops offering practical and fun ways you can LIVE FREE. Come hear what Libertarians have to offer, and be a part of the future!
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    Support SF 32 to protect Minnesotans privacy in the digital age
    January 22, 2015

    Unconstitutional surveillance by state and local law enforcement can stop with your help. Senator Petersen has authored a bill, SF32, to restore the 4th amendment that extends data privacy to electronic communication via a constitutional amendment. While it would not stop the federal government from collecting warrantless information, this measure can stop it's use at the state level.
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