“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.
By a vote of 36 to 30 the Republican Health and Human Services bill passed off the Senate floor Monday night.
Minnesotans living with a disability face an avalanche of accessibility issues nearly everywhere they go.
Connecting workers interested in a career in manufacturing or other high-growth industry to an employer who can train them, is the aim of the PIPELINE program – a public-private partnership currently in its fourth year.