“House and Senate Republicans have aggressively attacked transit riders this year, taking aim at those people who we should be reaching out to the most – students who depend on transit to get to class; seniors who can no longer drive but want to stay active in their communities; young people who cannot afford to, or simply don’t want to be forced into car ownership; Minnesotans with disabilities who rely on transit to get where they need to go; and people who need transit because they would otherwise not be able to get to work.
Minnesota LGBTQ Legislative Caucus Statement on President’s Tweet Announcing New Official Military Policy of Transgender Discrimination
This morning, the 45th president of the United States issued his latest hateful tweet.
Upon the release of the Senate Republican proposal for transportation funding for the biennium, Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL- Minneapolis) released the following statement:
Senator Dibble joins call for positive changes to health care system: Minnesota Health Plan; a universal approach must be part of the legislative debate
I am joining my Senate and House colleagues’ calls for a better future for health care in Minnesota.
Senator Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, today called for greater transparency and accountability in state government by requesting the Senate Republicans’ bonding bill be sent to the Senate Transportation Committee.
Following President Trump’s issuance of executive orders today seeking to limit immigration, boost border patrols, build a wall on the Mexican border, target sanctuary cities, and punish undocumented people living and working in the United States, Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) had the following statement.