Today, Senate DFL Leader Susan Kent, Senate DFL Capital Investment Lead Sandy Pappas, Assistant DFL Leader Senator Jeff Hayden, and Assistant DFL Leader Senator Nick Frentz unveiled their 2020 jobs bill at a Capitol press conference. With less than two weeks left of session and no bonding hearings scheduled in the Senate, they expressed an urgency in getting a bonding bill passed.
To protect the integrity of Minnesota’s elections and the safety of Minnesota’s voters, Senate DFL leaders called on Senate Republicans to join them in passing legislation to ensure fair and safe elections that would expand opportunities and alternatives for people to cast a ballot.
In response to the passage of today’s passage of legislation to extend workers compensation benefits to front line workers, Senator Nick Frentz issued the following statement.
Today, the Minnesota Senate and House met in session for the first time since the adoption of an “on-call” posture to pass new measures strengthening Minnesota’s response to the spread of COVID-19.
Chief Author Senator Nick Frentz is please to announce his legislation to fund the four-lane expansion of Hwy 14 from Nicollet to New Ulm passed both the House and Senate last night and is on its way to the governor’s office.
Sen. Frentz and Sen. Dahms author bipartisan legislation with solution to fund Hwy. 14 safety improvements
Chief Author Senator Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) and Co-author Senator Gary Dahms (R-Redwood Falls) are pleased their bipartisan legislation, S.F. 3878, to finish Highway 14 upgrades and safety improvements passed out of the Senate Transportation Finance and Policy committee today. The proposal would allow for four lanes of travel to be built on Highway 14 from Nicollet to New Ulm.