On January 6, 2021, demonstrators in Washington, D.C., vandalized public buildings, endangered the lives of lawmakers, staff, and the general public, and jeopardized the peaceful transfer of Presidential power.
The 2021 Legislative Session began Tuesday, January 5 with the swearing-in of new and returning members of the Minnesota Legislature. State Senator Ron Latz, DFL-Saint Louis Park, will be returning to serve as the Senator for Senate District 46.
Senate DFL responds to Senate Republican committee hearings on the civil unrest that occurred in Minnesota
Senate Republicans held a joint Transportation and Judiciary and Public Safety Committee hearing to review their one-sided Review of Lawlessness and Government Responses to Minnesota’s 2020 Riots report based on the hearings they held over the summer. Senator Ron Latz (DFL-Saint Louis… Read More »Senate DFL responds to Senate Republican committee hearings on the civil unrest that occurred in Minnesota
Today, the Senate Republicans published their Review of Lawlessness and Government Responses to Minnesota’s 2020 Riots report based on the hearings that they held over the summer on the civil unrest in the state. The report was given to the members of… Read More »Senate DFL response to the Senate Republican Report on the Civil Unrest in Minnesota
A bill passed on the Senate Floor today that allows the Polk County Law Library to transfer up to half of its fiscal reserves up to $150,000 to Polk County for courthouse technological improvements. It also allows the Itasca County… Read More »Senator Latz responds to the Polk County Law Library Bill
As the nation prepares to see Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lay in state in our nation’s Capitol building and then be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, Senator Ron Latz, DFL-Saint Louis Park, DFL lead on the Minnesota Senate… Read More »Senator Latz reflects on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy