Minnesota is generally a difficult place to grow golden shiners outside, because winters slow fish growth and can kill fish in ponds at times. (Creative Commons)

Over the next three years, a team of Minnesota researchers will use state taxpayer money to find the best way to grow a type of minnow, known as golden shiners, in captivity.

Walker Orenstein reports on the state Legislature for MinnPost, with a particular focus on covering issues affecting Greater Minnesota.

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