Increasing affordable housing, improving infrastructure, and stimulating additional private investments across Duluth’s East Hillside are some of the key components of legislation creating a Medical Exchange District in Duluth.
Senator Erik Simonson named Ranking Minority Member on Energy and Utilities Finance and Policy Committee
On Monday State Senator Erik Simonson (DFL-Duluth) was named the ranking minority member on the Senate Energy and Utilities Finance and Policy Committee for the 2019-2020 legislative sessions.
Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) today announced budgetary balances of $1.544 billion in the new biennium and $456 million in the following biennium but warned legislators that economic growth is slowing.
Senator Erik Simonson, Representative and Majority Whip-elect Liz Olson, and Representative Jennifer Schultz are participating in a legislative breakfast on Thursday, December 6 at 8 a.m. at Glensheen with students, staff, and administrators from the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
As I’ve always said, job creation and environmental protection is not an either/or proposition – we can absolutely do both.
Senator Simonson: Three-Fourths of Northern Minnesota Residents Want Option to Buy In to MinnesotaCare
This new poll affirms what I hear in my everyday conversations with Duluth families – people are sick and tired of watching private insurance companies call the shots and they believe government has a role to play in increasing choice and competition in the market.