On January 6, 2021, demonstrators in Washington, D.C., vandalized public buildings, endangered the lives of lawmakers, staff, and the general public, and jeopardized the peaceful transfer of Presidential power.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Minnesota Senate convened the seventh special session of the year where they passed a $217 million COVID-19 relief package. After voting in favor of this bill, Senator Jason Isaacson released the following statement.
Today, the Minnesota Senate passed a major jobs bill. This bill makes critical investments in infrastructure and economic stimulus to help communities during the COVID-19 global pandemic. The legislation invests $1.87 billion in statewide projects such as higher education institutions,… Read More »Senator Jason Isaacson votes in support of Capital Investment bill
Local legislators have scheduled a Virtual Town Hall Meeting to hear from community members to recap the 2020 legislative session. Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn (DFL – Roseville), Rep. Kelly Moller (DFL – Shoreview), and Sen. Jason Isaacson (DFL – Shoreview) invite constituents to join them Friday, June 19 from noon – 1:30 p.m.
Today, the Minnesota Senate voted on criminal justice reform legislation proposed by Senate Republicans. During the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy hearing early this morning, all five of the proposed Senate Republican bills were largely criticized for insufficiently addressing racial disparities in our criminal justice system. Senator Jason Isaacson released the following statement.
The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee held its first hearing on the 2020 bonding bill. With only two weeks left to negotiate a final package, Senator Jason Isaacson released the following statement.