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30 Articles found | Legal and Governance
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Public entities throughout the state of Minnesota may soon be facing operational and budget uncertainties due to COVID-19. As expected revenues for local public entities decreases, municipalities will be defending tough budget decisions. Here's tips on how to do that.
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Minnesota Statutes, Section 15.99 requires a local government unit to approve or deny a written application related to various land use issues within 60 days. As is, the law does not allow for a suspension of the deadlines under the current health emergency.Public hearings about land use issues can be modified to adhere to a health emergency.
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Drones (unmanned aerial systems) have the ability to aid government entities in many ways: bridge and ditch inspection, mapping, surveillance, and search and rescue, to identify a few. As with any technology, the use of drones does not come without risk.
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An overview of dog bites and liability risks surrounding use of law enforcement canines and potential immunities for public entities.
Property/casualty or workers’ compensation coverage responds to slip and fall claims, depending on who is injured. It is important for members to understand the liabilities, responsibilities and potential defenses involved in slip and fall claims in a parking lot and sidewalk.
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When considering engaging an expert to evaluate the security of public facilities, an organization should evaluate the impact of that assessment on the organization's liability.
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Questions may arise whether a government entity may provide copies of the copyrighted data classified as public data in response to a data request pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 13, the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (MGDPA). The answer is, it depends.
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Minnesota permit-to-carry law and the ability of public entities to prohibit handguns and other firearms on their premises, particularly courthouses.
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Public entities must ensure website accessibility and social media accessibility to everyone, including individuals with disabilities, for their sites—both state and federal law require it.
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When making board decisions related to land use, they generally fall into one of two categories: quasi-judicial decision maker or policymaker. Failing to appreciate the differences in the two roles may create issues and potential litigation for a county and its commissioners.
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