As the final piece of his bonding bill proposal, Governor Walz today released an approximately $2 billion Local Jobs and Projects Plan. Included in his proposal were several bonding requests carried by Senator Jerry Newton (DFL-Coon Rapids).
Senator Melisa Franzen offered this response to the announcement that Governor Walz has included funding for local projects in Senate District 49 as part of his bonding bill proposal.
In preparation for a bonding bill-focused legislative session, Senator Matt Little (DFL-Lakeville) organized a Senate District 58 bonding tour Monday to meet with local leaders and tour several locations and projects that will be seeking state funding in the 2020 session.
Senator Karla Bigham applauded Governor Tim Walz’s inclusion of important projects for Washington County and South St. Paul in the final piece of his bonding bill proposal, which was announced today.
Senator Chuck Wiger offered the following response to today’s announcement from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency stating that PFAS have been found in foam along Raleigh Creek.
Senator John Marty (Roseville) & Rep. Todd Lippert (Northfield) announced plans to introduce a Joint Resolution in the House and Senate to recognize each January 16th as “Religious Freedom Day” in Minnesota.