Minnesota is one step closer to safer roads thanks to the passage of HF 50 today. Modeled after laws present in 16 states and Washington D.C. the ‘hands-free’ cell phone bill passed off of the floor by a vote of 56-10.
Today, Minnesota is one step closer to safer roads thanks to the passage of HF 50. Modeled after laws present in 16 states and Washington D.C. the ‘hands-free’ cell phone bill is the culmination of years of work and advocacy on this public safety issue. State Senator Jim Carlson (DFL-Eagan) has been a vocal proponent of ‘hands-free’ legislation throughout his legislative career.
Affordable health care should not depend on the size of someone’s paycheck or their address. Back in 2017, the legislature passed a “reinsurance” bill as a temporary fix to address the rising costs of health care.
Today’s approval is great news for all of Northern Minnesota. We have done our due diligence. All the T’s have been crossed and i’s have been dotted. The process has been followed to the letter. It’s time to mine.
Permanent property tax relief would be available for surviving spouses of disabled veterans thanks to legislation being carried by Senator Chuck Wiger.
Senator Greg Clausen: Minnesota is the only state in the nation not passing critical voting security measures
Minnesota stands alone as the only state in the nation that has not passed full funding for election security through the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). This critical funding was signed into law last year to boost cybersecurity for all 50 states following concerns that foreign entities were interfering in our elections. According to the […] Read more