U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen doesn’t want negative sentiment on trade to fill what he calls a “vacuum” surrounding two international trade deals waiting for congressional and diplomatic action. Nor does he want negative talk to hamper Minnesota businesses from pursuing more overseas commerce. Paulsen, an Eden Prairie Republican running for re-election in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional ...
Early estimates put public property damage in Minnesota from flooding at $32 million, and that's without all of the damaged counties reporting.
The last remaining DFL-controlled legislative seat in Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District might be up for grabs this fall, as a well-known former legislator from the Pawlenty era returns to challenge a freshman representative to represent St. Cloud.
Lawmakers are expected to announce a deal on Monday raising Minnesota's minimum wage to $9.50 an hour with inflationary increases thereafter. Negotiations between the Senate -- which has been dragging its feet on the issue -- and the House, have been a major political division this session between the Democrats who control the Legislature.
The cause of immigration reform has led Bill Blazar a bit outside his organization’s usual comfort zone. The second-in-command at the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce has been with the organization for two decades, but his position advocating in favor of comprehensive immigration reform in Washington, D.C. represents the first time he’s undertaken a major role on a federal issue.
Paulsen has recently endured pressure over his moderate stance on the shutdown, though that pressure came from right-leaning Republicans.
Both districts are viewed as competitive by national Democratic strategists, who targeted Kline and Paulsen in a government shutdown-related online advertising campaign.
Tea Party activists are reacting with alarm to Rep. Erik Paulsen’s comments suggesting that he would be willing to break with GOP House leadership in order to end the federal government shutdown.
A dozen conservative activists, including state Rep. Cindy Pugh, showed up at U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen's Eden Prairie office Thursday morning in an effort to speak with the third-term GOP congressman about Obamacare and the federal government shutdown.
Congressional Democrats are targeting two Minnesota incumbent Republicans as part of a nationwide campaign seizing on the recent rumblings about forcing a government shutdown as a gambit to stop the implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act.
On Thursday afternoon cake will be delivered to the offices of U.S. Reps. John Kline and Erik Paulsen. The occasion? One year ago, undocumented individuals who came to the United States as kids could apply to avoid the possibility of deportation.
Tom Emmer has established himself as the clear front-runner to replace U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann in the 6th Congressional District by raising far more money than his opponents for the GOP nomination.
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