In Minnesota, you can be accused with committing a crime in furtherance of terrorism if the crime (1) is a felony and (2) is premeditated and violent to people or property with the purpose to (a) terrorize, intimidate, or coerce the public and the intended victims and (b) disrupt the lawful exercise of government, commerce, or assembly. This offense carries a penalty of up to half the maximum of the underlying crime; essentially, you could be subject to 150% of the maximum of the underlying crime. See here.
The preceding was a summary of the law. It does not describe all of the elements of the crimes. Laws are also constantly changing. You need to contact a skilled Terrorism Defense Attorney Minnesota to discuss the offenses in detail and with respect to your own particular case. Nothing in this description or anywhere on this site is legal advice.