Since taking our oaths of office last January, we have both been continually inspired by our constituents’ level of civic engagement.
Senator Marty Calls Pipeline Project “Litmus Test” of Whether Minnesota is Serious about Climate Change
Senator John Marty (DFL, Roseville) described the upcoming Public Utilities Commission (PUC) decision on the proposed Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline project as “nothing less than a litmus test about whether we are serious about addressing climate change.”
Senators Laine, Kent, and Wiklund continue fight to protect Minnesotans’ personal and financial information
State Senators Carolyn Laine, Melissa Wiklund and Susan Kent are hopeful that Minnesota Senate Republicans will finally take the state’s expanding cybersecurity needs seriously in the wake of a recent data breach at MN.IT.
As a consistent critic of corporate subsidies, I had a mixed reaction to Amazon’s request for bids to attract their proposed second headquarters.
As the trees drop their leaves and the heating season kicks in, Senator Jerry Newton (DFL-Coon Rapids) is encouraging area residents to contact their utilities now to learn more about the Cold Weather Rule that protects residential utility customers from having their heat shut off during the winter months.
I am proud of the neutral REAL ID bill the legislature passed last session that did not contain any harmful anti-immigrant language and would allow Minnesotans to board domestic flights without needing additional documents like a passport.