The Minnesota Senate adjourned the 2020 special session tonight without finishing the work Minnesotans are calling for. Following adjournment, Senator John Marty released the following statement.
Minneapolis and St. Paul DFL Legislators denounce Sen. Eichorn’s comments on Minnesotans experiencing homelessness
The Minneapolis and St. Paul delegation of DFL Senators released the following statement in response to Sen. Justin Eichorn’s insensitive comments equating Minnesotans experiencing homelessness to camping in the Boundary Waters in Northern Minnesota.
Today’s #WhoCaresForUs Day of Action recognizes the sacrifices and effort made by workers in Minnesota. Senator John Marty issued the following statement.
Senator John Marty responds to passage of insulin emergency access program with call to stop all pharmaceutical price-gouging
The Minnesota Senate passed HF 3001, the Alec Smith Insulin Affordability Act, with a unanimous vote today. Senator John Marty issued the following statement.
Today, the Minnesota Legislature passed HF 3100, the Alec Smith Insulin Affordability Act. This bill requires manufacturers to provide insulin at no cost to individuals or pharmacies for emergency access and has increased penalties on those manufacturers who fail to comply. In response to the passage of HF 3100, Senators Melissa Halvorson Wiklund, John Marty, and Matt Little released the following statement.
To address the sharp rise in catalytic converter thefts, Senator John Marty (DFL-Roseville) is introducing legislation that would prevent scrap metal dealers from buying catalytic converters from anyone other than a bona fide automobile repair shop.