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 Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, will be returning to serve as the Senator for Senate District 61, representing the southwest, south, and downtown areas of Minneapolis.
Minnesota Management and Budget presented the financial future of Minnesota today with a budget and economic forecast projecting a positive balance of $641 million for the FY 2020-21 biennium. Sen. Scott Dibble released the following statement in response.
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
In February of 2019, Gender Justice, the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota, and the law firm Stinson LLP, in support of the family of a transgender boy, asserted that the Anoka-Hennepin School District violated the state Constitution’s right to… Read More »Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled in favor of trans student