Minnesota Senate health care committee Ranking Members Sen. Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick) and Assistant Minority Leader Sen. Jeff Hayden (DFL-Minneapolis) have released the following statements in response to the release of the “Better Care Reconcilation Act”.
On Friday, May 26th the Minnesota Legislature concluded its work for the legislative session.
I was devastated to hear about the pending closure of the match and toothpick factory expected later this year.
Republicans routinely run on being fiscally responsible.
St. Paul, Minn.—Senate Republican leadership released their budget targets Friday afternoon. The targets show that Health and Human Services are slated for a $335 million cut, despite a $1.6 billion surplus. Sen. Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick) shared his serious concerns with this unnecessary and harmful budget decision. “To say I am dismayed at this cut target, […] Read more
Tonight, the Minnesota State Senate voted to pass HF5 37-29. Sen. Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick), Ranking Member of the Health and Human Services Policy and Finance Committee has released the following statement regarding his thoughts on the bill and the vote.