Senator John Hoffman, joined a group Minnesota legislators and other advocates on a tour of the Eureka Recycling facility in Minneapolis. The recycling facility is one of the largest non-profit recycling organizations in the country and has a mission-based focus on transitioning towards zero-waste.
Last week, State Senator John Hoffman participated in a tour of Minnesota public lands that have been set aside in the state’s Constitution since 1858 to generate revenue for public schools. Minnesota’s School Trust Lands program provides money for schools across the state through a variety of economic activities such as timber harvesting, leasing for […] Read more
State lawmakers and mayors convened to discuss sustainable solutions to regional challenges. SAINT PAUL, Minn.–– Senator John Hoffman (DFL- Champlin) and legislators from six other Mississippi River states convened for the third annual gathering of the Mississippi River Legislative Caucus on September 17-19 in Memphis. The legislators discussed recent flooding, opportunities to reduce nutrient loss, […] Read more
Today, I congratulate Brooklyn Park’s move to power public buildings, street lights, and facilities through solar. I hope other cities will emulate our success and realize the huge energy cost savings in moving to solar.
As a member of the Mississippi River Caucus, Senator John Hoffman joined fellow legislators and stakeholders for a discussion on ways to improve the Mississippi River’s water quality.
Sen. John Hoffman (DFL-Champlin) was co-author of the marital rape exemption repeal bill in the Minnesota Senate. On May 2, this bill was signed into law and will go into effect on July 1, 2019.