A lawsuit alleging that Hebrew National foods are not strictly kosher has been dismissed.
Every now and then we forbid certain things to certain select individuals: Boxers may not use their fists in casual fights; CIA agents may not write freely of their personal experiences. I think it is time for a new restriction: any mention of Hitler, the Holocaust or gas chambers should be legally forbidden to manifest idiots.
Members of the Minnesota Rabbinical Association have signed a statement opposing a state ballot initiative that would ban same-sex marriages. The group represents rabbis from 15 congregations in the state from the Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist movements. No Orthodox rabbis signed the statement, which was adopted last month.
Former President George W. Bush will speak at Beth El Synagogue on Sept. 21, the Minnesota synagogue said.
A Jewish boarding school in Minnesota is closing.
A conservative radio host suggested that he would work to unseat a Minnesota state senator who opposed a pastor's invocation in the statehouse for being nonsectarian.
The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that Democrat Al Franken be certified as the winner of the state's long-running Senate race.
Al Franken has taken the lead over incumbent Norm Coleman in the Minnesota Senate race, according to a new poll.