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32nd state admitted to the Union in 1858.
Minnesota Mechanical Ability Test - test developed in the 1920s at the University of Minnesota; subject is required to reassemble a mechanical object from its disassembled parts. Synonym(s): Heidbreder test
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com and 1-855-9-IPAY-MN, taxpayers can make secure payments for the following State of Minnesota taxes or debts:
Learn more about MinnCAN, and download the State of Minnesota Public Education report, at www.
Following a competitive bid process, the State of Minnesota selected MAXIMUS as the prime contractor to design and develop the Minnesota health insurance exchange.
News America has entered a Consent Decree with the State of Minnesota under which it agrees: (1) not to make any representations to any Consumer Packaged Goods manufacturer or other customer or potential customer regarding Insignia's compliance rates prior to a specified date; (2) not to disparage any of its competitors; and (3) not to violate Minnesota's statutes prohibiting commercial disparagement.
obligate the State of Minnesota, MnSCU, or MnSCU institutions.
Having successfully provided services to the State of Minnesota for the past five years, Modis was reissued vendor status through 2009 when the State of Minnesota recently reviewed its vendor contracts for renewal.
Today concludes arbitration hearings regarding the collective bargaining contract between the State of Minnesota and 715 Registered Nurses represented by the Minnesota Nurses Association.
Founded in 2005, Treasured Chests is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of breast cancer and raising funds to advance research, prevention, treatment and care within the state of Minnesota.
RNs represented by the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA), who work for the State of Minnesota, counted ballots today to accept or reject the State of Minnesota's offer.
Enacting this law costs the state of Minnesota nothing and in fact, allows the state to access $15 million dollars in federal funds.