Protesters say they won't give up their fight to stop the flow of oil through Minnesota and other states.

Pipeline Protesters Watching, Waiting

Those protesting the movement of oil through Minnesota and through tribal land in North Dakota say they won’t stop fighting because the future of the planet is at stake.

Doctors from Twin Cities Medical Society warn that an energy bill under consideration at the Minnesota legislature will have adverse health effects.

MN Doctors Warn Against Rolling Back Energy Policy Changes

Minnesota doctors hold a news conference about an open letter they plan to deliver to every member of the House and Senate, the Twin Cities Medical Society states that emissions of power plants “are adversely affecting our environment and impacting the health of Minnesota’s communities.”

Democrats Turn Up Heat On McFadden Cheaper Chinese Steel Comment

Minnesota Democrats are trying to turn a comment about steel from Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Mike McFadden into a major campaign issue to unite Iron Range residents against him — something that could help the DFL in other races as well.

President Obama delivers his weekly address

Obama: US Using Less Foreign Oil

President Obama renews his call to end the $4 billion in tax breaks that oil companies receive each year while collecting record profits. The President asks everyone to tell their elected officials to stop this corporate welfare and fight for a clean energy future that is within our reach. In his weekly address President Obama says: “Take a look at this chart. Six years ago, 60% of the oil we used was imported. Since I took office, America’s dependence on foreign oil has decreased every single year.