GRAND MARAIS, MN — A family farm faces fines and devastating state intervention as they fight for the right to feed their community natural, wholesome products.
MANKATO, MN — A man spent nearly three months in jail on felony drug possession charges after police searched him during a traffic stop and found vitamin supplements.
APPLE VALLEY, MN — The project leader of the controversial film, “Gray State,” along with his wife and daughter, were found dead in their home in what authorities have labeled an “apparent murder-suicide.”
MADISON, MN — A mother has been criminally charged for the efforts she took to save her son’s life with cannabis oil, and could spend up to two years in prison if convicted.
ST. PAUL, MN — A SWAT team left a family traumatized and mourning the loss of two beloved family pets that were abruptly gunned down in their living room during a surprise raid.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Gubernatorial candidate Chris Holbrook was arrested for exercising his 1st Amendment rights while in a public park. He and some supporters were peacefully gathering signatures to achieve ballot access — a fundamental political freedom — but police insisted that he needed a permit and placed him in shackles.
ST. CLOUD, MN — Last year a farmer faced a jury trial over charges that he delivered unprocessed, raw, dairy milk — just the way members of his co-op liked it. In September 2012, his jury set him free, finding him not guilty on all three charges, reported FarmToConsumer.org. But that wouldn’t be the end of the harassment this well-respected member of the community would face from government bureaucrats.