Senator Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick) today announced his support for Governor Mark Dayton’s proposal to make permanent a previous one-time appropriation for voluntary pre-Kindergarten.
Senator Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick) today participated in a Capitol news conference to announce a new bipartisan proposal (Senate File 3088) to protect seniors and vulnerable adults.
Republicans’ Controversial Medicaid Work Requirement Proposal is ‘Clunky, Expensive, and Not the Minnesota Way,’ Says Senator Tony Lourey
Minnesota Republicans today announced a controversial, divisive Medicaid work requirement proposal that would result in the loss of health coverage for tens of thousands of the state’s poorest individuals.
MinnesotaCare Buy-In Would Create Option for Affordable, Comprehensive Coverage, Says Senator Lourey
Governor Mark Dayton, Senator Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick), and leaders from rural Minnesota today urged state lawmakers to create a “MinnesotaCare Buy-In” option this session.
When the 2018 Legislative Session begins on Tuesday, February 20, state lawmakers will have a new opportunity to improve Minnesotans’ quality of life.
Sen. Tony Lourey: In 10 months Republicans turned a $1.65 billion surplus into a $188 million deficit
Last session Republicans overspent on one-time, used temporary fixes for long term programs, and passed an unsustainable tax bill to benefit big tobacco and corporations