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Minnesota State Mortality Rates Minnesota State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

Minnesota African American Female

Minnesota African American Male

Minnesota Hispanic (2186-2) Female

Minnesota Hispanic (2186-2) Male

Minnesota White Female

Minnesota White Male

 
Juvenile Prostitution in Minnesota The arrest of the Evans family prostitution ring, the problem of teenage homelessness, and the increasing availability of child pornography over the internet have generated concern about the sexual exploitation of youth in Minnesota.  A growing number of young girls and boys are lured or forced into a world of violence, drugs, and organized crime. 78 kb pdf
Minnesota-occupational exposure Occupational diseases are considered personal injuries under Minnesota workers’ compensation law.  Diseases account for 1 percent of indemnity claims in Minnesota…contagious diseases accounted for 8 percent of disease indemnity claims 20 kb pdf
 

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