SAINT PAUL, Minn. — Senator Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, applauds the decision of the Walz-Flanagan Administration to establish a Climate Change Subcabinet and the Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change. “The move by the Walz-Flanagan Administration to create a Climate Change Subcabinet and the Governor’s Advisory Council on Climate Change points to the urgency of the […] Read more
Senator Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, co-authored a bill to expand the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) this past legislative session. Today, it was signed into law.
The Minnesota Legislature approved a new transportation budget late Friday night during the 2019 Special Session. Senator Dibble released the following statement in response.
Senator Scott Dibble and Representative Hunter Cantrell released the following statement in response to Genna Gazelka, one of Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka’s five children, expressing their support for a conversion therapy ban.
Senator Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) offered an amendment to the omnibus health and human service budget bill that should have had strong bipartisan support. Despite impassioned debate, Senate DFLers were not joined by a single Senate Republican in voting for the amendment, and it failed on a 30-34 vote. Sen. Dibble responds with the following statement.
Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) and Rep. Frank Hornstein (DFL-Minneapolis) are committed to working together with Governor Walz to build the state all Minnesotans deserve with high-quality education, affordable and accessible health care, increasing support for working families, and ensuring our infrastructure supports a strong economy.