On January 6, 2021, demonstrators in Washington, D.C., vandalized public buildings, endangered the lives of lawmakers, staff, and the general public, and jeopardized the peaceful transfer of Presidential power.
Yesterday, violent supporters of President Trump breached the US Capitol complex leading to significant damage, injuries, and multiple deaths. The chaotic and dangerous scene also halted the congressional certification of the Electoral College. In response, Senator Greg Clausen (DFL-Apple Valley)… Read More »Senator Clausen Responds to yesterday’s attack on the U.S. Capitol
Senator Greg Clausen (DFL-Apple Valley) voted in support of a $1.37 billion Capital Investment bill that passed both the Senate and House today. This legislation will invest in repairs and redevelopment projects across the state. The bill passed today will finance $1.87 billion… Read More »2020 bonding bill passage long overdue
On August 10, 1993, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was sworn in as a Supreme Court justice where she served for 27 years as the second woman, and first Jewish woman, to serve on the Supreme Court. She was highly regarded… Read More »Sen. Clausen on the Death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Today, Sen. Greg Clausen (DFL – Apple Valley) applauds Gov. Walz appointments to two key cabinet positions. The first is the appointment of Jim Schowalter to replace Commissioner Myron Frans at Minnesota Management and Budget and the second the appointment… Read More »Sen. Clausen applauds Gov. Walz on appointments
Today, Governor Walz announced school districts, teachers, parents, and school boards will be allowed to decide – with guidelines from the Department of Health and Department of Education – how to safely reopen this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic. School… Read More »Senator Greg Clausen’s Statement on School Reopening Guidance