Several weeks after the tumultuous end to the 2017 Legislative Session, Sen. Foung Hawj (DFL-St. Paul) is reaching out to constituents to talk about some of the lesser-known successes that came out of the legislature this year.
ST. PAUL, MN – Sen. Foung Hawj (DFL-St. Paul) and Representatives Tim Mahoney and Sheldon Johnson will be hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the final days of the 2017 legislative session. The meeting will give Senate District 67 residents an opportunity to meet with their legislators and discuss legislation and issues being debated this session.
The town hall meeting details are as follows:
Thursday, May 11 at 6:00 p.m.
First Lutheran Church, 463 Maria Ave, St. Paul, MN 55106
For those who are unable to attend, but interested in contacting their legislators, Sen. Hawj can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (651) 296-5285.
Senator Foung Hawj (DFL–St. Paul) provided the following statement on the Republican Transportation budget bill agreement.
A listening session dedicated to learning and hearing from members of Minnesota’s New American Communities was well-attended, reports one of the co-hosts, Sen. Foung Hawj (DFL-St. Paul).
ST. PAUL, Minn – Minnesota legislators are inviting members of the New American Communities to the state capitol to have their voices heard during an informational listening session to help build mutual understanding.
WHO: Sen. Foung Hawj (DFL-St. Paul) and Rep. Rena Moran (DFL-St. Paul) are co-hosting the event alongside Rep. Ilhan Omar (DFL-Minneapolis), Sen. Patricia Torres-Ray (DFL-Minneapolis), Sen. Jeff Hayden (DFL-Minneapolis), Rep. Fue Lee (DFL-Minneapolis) and Sen. Melisa Franzen (DFL-Edina).
WHAT: A listening session that is intended to serve as an opportunity for emerging communities to have their voices heard at the Capitol, and for legislators to learn more about these communities.
WHERE: Minnesota Senate Building, Room 1200.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 5 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
State Senator Foung Hawj (DFL-St. Paul) voted today for clean REAL ID language that would allow Minnesotans to board flights and visit their loved ones on military bases without bringing in unrelated and controversial issues.