Minnesota is one step closer to safer roads thanks to legislation introduced today prohibiting cell phone use outside of one-touch communications.
On Monday, Senator John Marty introduced Senate Resolution 53, calling for the Minnesota Senate to recognize January 16th as “Religious Freedom Day” in Minnesota.
The 2019 legislative session began Tuesday, January 8. It is my pleasure to resume writing this bi-weekly newspaper column to keep you informed about business at our State Capitol.
The 2019 legislative session began Tuesday, January 8. I walked into our State Capitol that day bursting with pride knowing that for the next five-and-a-half months, “We the People” will pour our hearts and souls into the causes and issues we care about most.
Metro Mobility, Lakeville Works and Expanded Park & Ride Top Sen. Matt Little’s 2019 Local Legislative Agenda
“The first three bills I’m introducing today are about seniors, jobs, and transportation; all three are high priorities for people in the Lakeville and Farmington area.”
It is an honor to represent the people of Cottage Grove, Hastings, South St. Paul, St. Paul Park, Newport, Afton and neighboring townships. I look forward to a healthy and respectful debate about the issues and encourage you to follow along and participate.