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Tom Emmer Wins Republican House Leadership Position

Republicans in the House of Representatives have elected a new member to lead their campaign committee -- Minnesota Rep. Tom Emmer. Emmer was elected Wednesday...

Fear & Loathing In Minnesota: Doug Wardlow’s Winning Campaign

Douglas M. Head was the last Republican Attorney General of Minnesota, serving from 1967 to 1972. The DFL captured, and has continuously held, that...

Minnesota Politicians React To Trump SCOTUS Pick

WASHINGTON - On Monday night, President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court created by the pending...

Erik Paulsen Authors Bill to Protect DACA Recipients

WASHINGTON DC- Minnesota Representative Erik Paulsen is leading the way on crafting a bill to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. Since the...

Paulsen Breaks With Republicans on Mining Ban

WASHINGTON - The U.S. House voted Thursday to overturn a temporary ban on mining in northern Minnesota put in place by the Obama administration....

Dayton and Emmer Agree on Something: Mining

ST. PAUL, Minn.- Gov. Mark Dayton recently gave the go ahead for Chippewa Capital Partners to redevelop a bankrupt iron mining project in the...

Emmer Breaks from MN Delegation, Votes Against Higher Debt Ceiling, Hurricane...

WASHINGTON - Republican Rep. Tom Emmer broke stride with the Minnesota delegation last Friday, voting “no” on legislation that combined hurricane aid with raising...

Emmer Wants You To Be Able To Fill Out Your Taxes...

RAMSEY, Minn. - Rep. Tom Emmer is ready for tax reform, saying the tax code is “too complicated” and needs to be simplified. On...

Land Exchange a Good Deal for Minnesota?

WASHINGTON DC,- Rick Nolan (D-MN8) has attended the first set of hearings on a bill involving land exchange in Minnesota’s boundary waters. The bill, Superior...

MN Reps Vote on Proposal Calling for “Strategic Assessment” of Islam

WASHINGTON - Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly struck down a controversial proposal that would have required the Department of Defense to...