I offer my deepest condolences to Officer Gomm’s family, friends, and coworkers. People like Officer Gomm are public servants of an extraordinary caliber who deserve our thanks and gratitude.
As a Minnesota State Senator of Hmong descent, I cannot be more content to have this ancient replica of peace and tranquility, and the Hmong heritage wall made from the home of our ancestors to be placed here in the district that I represent.
The court’s decision is the latest attempt at busting public unions and will not serve people’s best interests nor will it be positive to the long-term security of workers, families, and future jobs.
I am pleased with the PUC’s decision to unanimously approve the Line 3 replacement project after a years-long impartial vetting and public comment process.
I applaud the PUC on their thoughtful consideration of this infrastructure project.
My district provides significant employment opportunities for public teachers, corrections officers, and college instructions, who for decades have joined together to collectively bargain for compensation, benefits, and working conditions. Unions are a hallmark of middle-class prosperity.