As the 2017 Legislative Session wound down as the clock struck midnight on Tuesday, May 23 – 70 percent of the budget remained unfinished.
As the 2017 Legislative Session draws to a close, one of the first bills to pass with a nod of approval from Governor Dayton is the $210 million higher education budget bill.
Senator Melisa Franzen, DFL-Edina, introduced legislation this week to protect minors from the growing problem of credit fraud.
Earlier this spring, Congress went after Minnesotans, and the rest of America’s online activity – from browsing history, health data, financial information, online purchase data, app usage and geo-location, all of it is being recorded by internet providers and sold by them to the highest bidder.
State Senator Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) announced passage today of legislation to protect businesses from questionable lawsuits regarding disability access to businesses.
Law enforcement, fire fighters, paramedics and other public safety officials are faced daily with the worst situations imaginable – situations that no human being should ever have to see.