With more than 350,000 words, it would take the average reader 30 hours to read through SF 3656. Yet the legislation was available just three hours before the Senate began debating it. Neither the public nor legislators could have known everything the bill contained.
President Trump’s hateful words and actions against Muslims everywhere and immigrants on our southern border will not stand. Let us recreate an America that is welcoming to people of all colors, cultures, and religious beliefs.
In this rigged economy, the labor movement has been an essential defense for workers fighting for fair wages and working conditions.
Sen. Marty will speak Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the One Payer States Session on “Creative Strategies for Winning Single Payer State Campaigns.” During this session, he will reflect on and provide insight from his work to pass the Minnesota Health Plan.
Senator John Marty (DFL-Roseville) today announced a new pro-consumer law that prohibits fees for freezing credit reports.
As Minnesotans file tax returns today, a bill authored by State Representative Frank Hornstein, (DFL – Minneapolis) and State Senator John Marty, (DFL-Roseville) calls attention to the fact that some Minnesota companies shelter approximately $55 billion in foreign profits.