Category Archives: Education

Rob Shumer on Civic Engagement

Rob Shumer, a DFLer from our own Senate District spoke at the DFL Senior Roundtable on “Seniors Leading Civic Engagement”

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DFL51 Solidarity Event – Watch this Video

In our Solidarity event on December 11, Sen. Carlson and Rep. Masin both mentioned their recent attendance at the SIX – State Innovation Exchange conference [website] held in Washington DC. Both legislators warmly discussed the stirring talk given by Rev. … Continue reading

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DFL51 Solidarity Event – Resources

On December 11, 2016, we held a Solidarity event to demonstrate that everyone in DFL51 is in solidarity with our valued neighbors and friends who may have recently felt the hatred and bigotry promoted by many shameful pronouncements of the … Continue reading

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DFL51 Solidarity Event

On December 11, 2016, we held a Solidarity event to demonstrate that everyone in DFL51 is in solidarity with our valued neighbors and friends who may have recently felt the hatred and bigotry promoted by many shameful pronouncements of the … Continue reading

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DFL Leadership Making a Difference for You

If you’ve ever wondered whether it makes a difference to have one party or the other in a leadership position, or if you’ve thought that divided government might get us the best of both worlds, take a look at the these … Continue reading

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Highlights and Lowlights of the Legislative Session

from Paul Thissen, House DFL Minority Leader … Last week the legislature wrapped up a one-day special session to agree to several budget bills that were not addressed during the regular session. Here are some highlights and lowlights: 1. Transparency … Continue reading

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The Republican Agenda

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Let’s take a closer look at salaries!

Well, we’ve seen a lot of raised eyebrows in the last few days over Governor Dayton’s salary increases for commissioners.  And I’ll admit, myself, to thinking they were too much.  That is, until I took a closer look at the … Continue reading

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