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Joe Mullery

Oct 9, 2015

Lobbyist: Lawmaker said he’d close metal shredder

There’s a new twist in the long-running legal fight between the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the company that operates a controversial metal shredding facility on the banks of the Mississippi River in north Minneapolis. In a sworn affidavit included in Northern Metals’ most recent batch of legal filings, veteran lobbyist Ron Jerich alleges that ...

Feb 20, 2013

Bills aim to shore up kids’ mental health programs

Beneath the noisy debate about guns that has erupted at the Capitol this session, there is a quieter legislative push to improve mental health services in schools and public health programs.

Feb 13, 2013

DFL lawmakers propose raising miniumum wage to $9.50

The bill, which supporters are calling the Family Economic Stability Act, was introduced in both chambers on Wednesday. In addition to raising the minimum wage, the bill would fund childcare assistance programs and provide per-child tax credits for families.

Jan 11, 2013

First bills target schools, taxes

In their first joint action of the 2013 session, the newly elected Democratic leaders of the Minnesota Legislature held a news conference to show they were on the same page regarding broad goals for the biennium. First and foremost, House Speaker Paul Thissen and Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk promised to balance a projected $1.1 billion budget deficit without gimmicks and without heading into a [...]

Jun 19, 2012

MN United raises more than $3 million to fight gay marriage amendment

Minnesotans United for All Families -- the primary group opposing the gay marriage amendment -- has raised $3.1 million so far this year, with roughly 90 percent of that money coming from in-state donors.

May 30, 2012

Both parties figure to see a handful of consequential legislative primaries

A handful of August primary elections are heating up across the state thanks to the new redistricting map, an uptick in legislative retirements and widespread dissatisfaction with the job lawmakers are doing in St. Paul.

Mar 28, 2012

Marty/McGuire contest, 14-person scrum in District 59 among races to be settled

Minneapolis DFLers lost another legislator last weekend. Freshman Rep. Marion Greene, who replaced former DFL House Speaker and gubernatorial candidate Margaret Anderson Kelliher in the chamber, fell in an endorsement contest against DFL House colleague Frank Hornstein.

Feb 8, 2012

The ferment in 58

Rep. Joe Mullery is no stranger to primary battles. The eight-term DFL legislator from North Minneapolis has faced intraparty contests in each of the last two election cycles.

Feb 3, 2012

Rep. Mullery draws second endorsement challenger

A North Minneapolis activist won't rule out a primary challenge, setting up a potential three-way battle for the DFL endorsement.

Jan 26, 2012

Crowded DFL field forms in House District 58B

This week, a third DFLer filed to make a run for the seat, and at least two more Democrats are thought to be mulling runs of their own.

Jan 24, 2012

DFLer to challenge Rep. Mullery for party endorsement

David Younk, a former communications director for the Senate District 58 DFL, says he will challenge Mullery all the way to a primary if necessary.

Apr 29, 2011

Rules for shooting in self-defense would be loosened

The issue of gun rights has blazed a path onto the policy agenda at the state Capitol. The subject invariably puts legislators at odds with either law enforcement or the National Rifle Association, depending on their vote.

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