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.
Today, Senator Nick Frentz voted in favor of the new $217 million COVID-19 assistance package designed to help small businesses and communities hit hardest by the pandemic and provide an extension of benefits for unemployed workers and families.
Late last night, Senators Melisa Franzen (SD 49), Nick Frentz (SD 19), and Foung Hawj (SD 67) were elected by the Senate DFL caucus to serve as their assistant leaders.
Senate Minority Lead Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) is pleased to support the $1.37 billion Capital Investment bill that passed both the Senate and House today. This legislation will go a long way to improve Minnesota’s economy by creating thousands of… Read More »Senator Nick Frentz supports 2020 Bonding Bill to help put people back to work
Senator Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) was the chief Senate author of legislation to provide funding solutions to finish the final stretch of Hwy. 14 to four lanes from Nicollet to New Ulm. The legislation passed last session and signed into… Read More »Senator Frentz pleased to see BUILD grant awarded for Hwy 14
Governor Walz announced today that school districts have the flexibility to decide how to safely reopen this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Minnesota Department of education will provide school districts a framework of data and a formula for guidance… Read More »Senator Nick Frentz’s Statement on School Reopening Guidance