While budget negotiations continue behind closed doors at the state Capitol, Senator Melisa Franzen, DFL-Edina, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, and Bloomington, announced her plan to refuse per diem pay for work associated with a special session.
Earlier this session, I introduced SF 619, a bipartisan bill that would legalize recreational cannabis for adults at least 21 years old.
State Senator Melisa Franzen, DFL-Edina, and state Representative Rena Moran, DFL-St. Paul, introduce the Women of Color Opportunity Act to help females in Minnesota, who are American Indian, Asian, Black, or Hispanic, be successful in educational and business opportunities.
Sen. Franzen introduces legislation supporting the expansion of STEM, robotics, and next generation technology in Minnesota
Senator Franzen, DFL-Edina, today introduced three bills that will increase next generation technology opportunities, fund the expansion of STEM robotics hubs in school districts, and provide for competitive robotics’ grants to school districts in Minnesota.
Senator Franzen introduces a bipartisan state resolution to restore free and fair elections in the United States
Senator Melisa Franzen, DFL-Edina, introduces a bipartisan resolution applying to Congress for a limited national convention to propose a constitutional amendment to restore balance and integrity to our elections.
State Senator Melisa Franzen, DFL-Edina, will fill the vacant seat left by HHS Commissioner Tony Lourey on the Health and Human Services Finance and Policy Committee beginning this week.