and everything else happening in the Legislature this week.
DFLers are fighting for the “Alec Smith Emergency Insulin Act.” It would set up a program under which diabetics unable to afford insulin could get prescriptions filled on an emergency basis. The latest >>
DFLers in the Minnesota Senate rolled out a series of gun control bills on Thursday to expand background checks and block potentially dangerous individuals from getting a gun. What’s next >>
TRANSPORTATION: Why can’t we have nice things?
Omnibus agriculture policy bill passes Senate 42-22
Bonding bill passes Senate
Commerce Committee puts forward budget
Teacher license changes would bring more quality teachers into Minnesota classrooms
Clean Energy bill introduced in the House.
Legacy bill passes Senate
Conference committee on opioid legislation makes no progress despite first meeting in weeks
Higher Education Conference Committee makes some progress on budget bill
The Jobs, Commerce, and Energy conference committee met several times this week.
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