The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee will stop in Albert Lea and Austin on Tuesday, November 5. As a member of the committee, Senator Dan Sparks (DFL-Austin) will be advocating for these projects as legislators get a firsthand look at area needs.
In response to the passage of the Omnibus Agriculture Bill on Tuesday, Senator Dan Sparks (DFL-Austin) released the following statement.
We are already entering the third month of the 2019 Legislative Session, and my colleagues and I at the legislature are getting into the nitty-gritty of building a budget for Minnesota.
One of the growing issues facing Minnesotans across the state is the opioid crisis.
The most important work of the 2019 Legislative Session is creating a budget reflecting our priorities and shared values, that we must pass by the time we adjourn on May 20
Minnesota is home to over 26 million acres of farmland, with over 73,000 farms currently in operation.