Sen. Hauschild

Senator Hauschild Champions Funding for Entrepreneur Fund in Senate Jobs Committee

SAINT PAUL, MN —Senator Grant Hauschild (DFL-Hermantown) presented legislation (S.F. 4609) Monday providing $1 million in funding for Minnesota’s Entrepreneur Fund, a critical resource for helping Northeastern Minnesota’s small businesses secure loan capital.   “The Entrepreneur Fund is an essential resource… Read More »Senator Hauschild Champions Funding for Entrepreneur Fund in Senate Jobs Committee

Senator Hauschild and Rep Lislegard Applaud Support for Rural Emergency Medical Services in Governor’s Supplemental Budget

St. Paul, Minn. – On Monday, Governor Tim Walz released his supplemental budget proposal for the 2024 Legislative Session, including proposals to address the crisis facing rural emergency medical services (EMS) in Minnesota.  “I’m grateful that Governor Walz recognizes the… Read More »Senator Hauschild and Rep Lislegard Applaud Support for Rural Emergency Medical Services in Governor’s Supplemental Budget

Senator Hauschild Presents Package of Increases to Local Aid and Emergency funding for rural Minnesota Emergency Medical Services in Senate Taxes Committee 

[SAINT PAUL, MN] — In the Senate Taxes Committee Wednesday, Senator Grant Hauschild (DFL-Hermantown) presented four bills addressing inequities in state funding aids for rural communities and townships, and as well as immediate, emergency funding for the crisis facing Emergency… Read More »Senator Hauschild Presents Package of Increases to Local Aid and Emergency funding for rural Minnesota Emergency Medical Services in Senate Taxes Committee 

Senator Hauschild Expresses Frustration for Rural Communities being told to ‘Just Wait’ for Broadband Funding

Presses His Legislation to Fund Broadband Projects in Low-Density Communities

SAINT PAUL, MN — Senator Grant Hauschild (DFL-Hermantown) told a Senate committee Wednesday that, for too long, small-and-rural communities across Minnesota have been told to wait to get the essential broadband services that are commonplace in more densely-populated communities, and he pressed his legislation that would help bring new broadband services to low-density areas that aren’t currently connected.