Senator Kari Dziedzic (DFL-Minneapolis) voted in support of a $1.37 billion Capital Investment Bill today that provides critical funding to move Minnesota’s economy forward by putting more people to work, making critical investments in transit, housing, and higher education. The bill passed… Read More »Sen. Dziedzic supports 2020 Capital Investment and Jobs Legislation
Senator Kari Dziedzic
Kari Dziedzic represents District 60, which includes Seward, Cedar Riverside, Southeast and Northeast Minneapolis. Read more news from Sen. Dziedzic.
On Friday, September 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away at the age of 87. Today, on the day of her memorial at the United States Capitol, the women of the Senate DFL caucus released the following joint… Read More »Senate DFL Women Remember Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Senator Kari Dziedzic (DFL-Minneapolis) expressed deep disappointment in the public safety package pushed through by Republicans today on the Senate floor. She released the following statement in response to the legislation.
Minneapolis Senators Kari Dziedzic, Jeff Hayden, Bobby Joe Champion, Patricia Torres Ray and Scott Dibble released the following joint statement encouraging area residents to comply with the 8 pm curfew tonight.
Minneapolis and St. Paul DFL Legislators denounce Sen. Eichorn’s comments on Minnesotans experiencing homelessness
The Minneapolis and St. Paul delegation of DFL Senators released the following statement in response to Sen. Justin Eichorn’s insensitive comments equating Minnesotans experiencing homelessness to camping in the Boundary Waters in Northern Minnesota.
Senator Kari Dziedzic (DFL-Minneapolis) is the lead DFL Senator negotiating legislation to provide funding for addressing homelessness, housing stability and to codify into law Governor Walz’s Executive Order to prevent eviction proceedings during the COVID-19 outbreak. Last Wednesday, Sen. Dziedzic participated in a media availability today to highlight the urgency and encourage Senate Republicans to address issues of housing stability.