Sen. Dibble

Senate Passes Senator Scott Dibble’s Critical Investment in Transportation

ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Sunday, Senate Transportation Chair Senator Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) ushered a transformational transportation budget through the Senate. The budget addresses the needs for long-awaited, long-term investments in transportation across the state. The bill addresses Minnesota’s crumbling infrastructure by providing ongoing funds for transit, roads, and bridges. It is an important advance in combatting climate change. It ensures everyone, no matter who they are or where they live has access to where they need to go.

Senate Queer Caucus Celebrates Victories for LGBTQ+ Rights and Reproductive Health Care

Senate Passes Trans Refuge Bill, Conversion “Therapy” Ban, and Reproductive Freedom Defense Act in Landmark Day for Justice and Autonomy

ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Friday, the Minnesota Senate passed three bills that protect Minnesota’s LGBTQ+ community by banning torture by conversion “therapy” (HF 16); defending health care providers and people seeking reproductive health care (HF 366); and protecting trans youth and their families from out-of-state attacks on gender-affirming health care (HF 146).

Senate District 61 Town Hall with Rep. Frank Hornstein, Rep. Jamie Long, & Sen. Scott Dibble

Rep. Frank Hornstein (DFL-Minneapolis), Rep. Jamie Long (DFL-Minneapolis), and Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) will hold a Town Hall meeting at the Linden Hills Rec Center on Wednesday, March 29 from 7-8:30 p.m. to listen to ideas, answer questions, and deliver… Read More »Senate District 61 Town Hall with Rep. Frank Hornstein, Rep. Jamie Long, & Sen. Scott Dibble

Representative Frank Hornstein and Senator Scott Dibble Statement on the Office of the Legislative Auditor Presentation on Southwest Light Rail Transit

ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Wednesday, the Legislative Audit Commission heard a presentation of findings from the Office of the Legislative Auditor on the Southwest Light Rail Transit Construction: Metropolitan Council Decision Making. The presentation revealed that from the time construction commenced to current day, the project has increased by 38% and delayed by several years, a sign of a troubled project.