“These bills could save many lives and tax dollars,” Sen. Little (DFL-Lakeville) previewed, “But they haven’t been given a single senate hearing. Our democracy isn’t supposed to work this way- it’s the worst kind of partisanship.” The fictitious ‘Senate Committee on Banned Bills’ will hold a very real hearing on April 1st at 9:00am in 1100 Minnesota Senate Building to review a variety of legislation that have been refused committee hearings in the senate. This committee hearing will be open to the public and people are encouraged to attend.
“For many Minnesotans, insulin is literally their lifeline,” said Sen. Matt Little (DFL-Lakeville) referring to the 320,000 Minnesotans with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Metro Mobility, Lakeville Works and Expanded Park & Ride Top Sen. Matt Little’s 2019 Local Legislative Agenda
“The first three bills I’m introducing today are about seniors, jobs, and transportation; all three are high priorities for people in the Lakeville and Farmington area.”
“Saving student’s lives is more important than anyone’s partisan agendas,” Sen. Matt Little (DFL-Lakeville) said.
The application window for dual-training grants is now open for Minnesota companies interested in participating in the PIPELINE program.
Earlier this spring, Congress went after Minnesotans, and the rest of America’s online activity – from browsing history, health data, financial information, online purchase data, app usage and geo-location, all of it is being recorded by internet providers and sold by them to the highest bidder.