Sen. Bakk responds to GOP corporate tax cut plan

Responding to the Senate Republican’s call to cut corporate taxes in Minnesota, Senate DFL Caucus Leader Tom Bakk said today Republicans are sending the wrong message on job creation. “Our number one priority this session is creating jobs and positioning Minnesota for long-term prosperity,” said Sen. Bakk, DFL-Cook, who spent the past four years chairing […] Read more

Latz Named DFL Lead on the Judiciary and Public Safety Committee

State Senator Ron Latz has been designated by his Senate DFL Caucus colleagues as the lead DFL member on the Senate’s Judiciary and Public Safety Committee. Sen. Latz was re-elected to represent Senate District 44 on November 2. He served two terms in the Minnesota House, representing District 44A. “The Judiciary and Public Safety Committee […] Read more

Legislators to Hold Town Meetings

State Sen. Ron Latz will join Reps. Steve Simon and Ryan Winkler in hosting town hall meetings over the course of the next few weeks to discuss the upcoming legislative session. “Once again, we enter the 2011 Legislative Session facing a state budget deficit of over $6 billion,” Sen. Latz noted. “This session we’ll be […] Read more

2011 Session Begins

On January 4, the 2011 Legislative Session began and I was sworn into my second term in the Minnesota State Senate. I thank you all for the opportunity to be your voice at the Capitol and pledge to work hard, listen to your concerns, and continue to reach across the aisle to get things done […] Read more

Sieben: 2011 Session Begins

On January 4, the 2011 Legislative Session began and State Sen. Katie Sieben (DFL-Cottage Grove) was sworn into her second term in the Minnesota Senate. “I’m honored to continue my public service and thank my constituents for allowing me to be their voice at the Capitol,” said Sen. Sieben. “I’ll continue working hard on behalf […] Read more

Sen. Sheran Praises Governor’s Order for Medical Care Benefit

State Senator Kathy Sheran applauded Governor Mark Dayton’s signing of an executive order to apply for early Medical Assistance enrollment that will bring $1.2 billion to Minnesota, preserve quality medical care for the poorest Minnesotans, including many veterans. “Our district will benefit from Governor Dayton’s application for funds that will have a positive effect on […] Read more