Federal and state officials today joined the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, American Lung Association in Minnesota, and other renewable fuel advocates to celebrate the opening of more than 400 E85 stations in Minnesota, and the 300th station selling 88 octane fuel in the state.
Legislators discuss many issues impacting your quality of life. Schools, health care, jobs, our environment, public safety and more are debated.
Student loan debt not only negatively affects students, but it also impacts the economy by preventing graduates from making durable investments, such as houses and cars, that have historically kept our economy moving and healthy.
Please join Senator John Hoffman and Senator Jim Abeler in making the season bright for children who are in the hospital over the holiday at their annual Tiny Tots Toy Drive.
Senator John Hoffman responds to November Budget Forecast with plea to restore cuts to disability services
Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) today announced a budgetary balance of $1.544 billion in the new biennium and $456 million in the following biennium. MMB experts warn economic growth will start to slow in the years ahead.
“While I am happy to see the state doing so well, a large portion of this budgetary balance is one-time money,” said Sen. Jerry Newton, DFL-Coon Rapids.