Senator John Hoffman, DFL- Champlin, joined legislators from seven states at the first meeting of the newly created Mississippi River Legislative Caucus (MRLC) in St. Louis on September 12 and 13.
The final days of the 2017 Legislative Session were chaotic, hurried, and happened in the dead of night.
As the 2017 Legislative Session draws to a close, one of the first bills to pass with a nod of approval from Governor Dayton is the $210 million higher education budget bill.
State Senator John Hoffman (DFL-Champlin) voted on Wednesday for REAL ID language that would allow Minnesotans to board flights and visit their loved ones on military bases without unrelated and controversial immigration issues.
It’s clear, both from the massive potholes that pockmark my commute to and from work every day, and from my conversations with people in my district – that everyone agrees about the need for transportation funding.
The Senate Republican education bill passed on Tuesday off of the Senate floor.