“[Ruud] also described the Women’s Economic Security Act, a law intended to reduce the pay gap between men and women, as the ‘worst degrading thing they’ve ever passed for women.’” Source: State Senator Carrie Ruud (R-Breezy Point), Echo Journal, June 26, 2014.
6th Congressional District candidate Rhonda Sivarajah sent a letter Republican members of the Minnesota House and Senate on Friday about an issue of “grave and genuine concern for the people of Minnesota” – National Popular Vote (NPV). Sivarajah’s letter had two objectives: raise public awareness about NPV and connect her […]
A few times each election cycle, the dynamics of a particular race can be altered for one of numerous reasons. The political environment is influenced by many factors and it can change very quickly. The revelations in the Star Tribune’s article, “MNsure defects were no surprise“, could have a dramatic impact […]
According to multiple sources, the Minnesota Senate Republican Caucus’ (MN SRC) meeting last night was very “vibrant.” The meeting started around 5:30 PM and lasted over 4 hours. From sources I spoke with last evening and this morning, the caucus meeting focused on the 2016 elections (which are 961 days […]
Hann in Hot Water with Fellow Senate Republicans Over Tax Vote; GOP Caucus Meeting Scheduled for Tomorrow Evening
Yesterday, I reported State Senator David Hann (R-Eden Prairie), the Minority Leader in the Minnesota Senate, had been asked to resign his leadership position by members of the Minnesota Senate Republican Caucus (MN SRC). Sources I spoke with yesterday afternoon and again today said Hann has been asked to resign due […]
According to “high-level” sources at the Minnesota State Capitol, State Senator David Hann (R-Eden Prairie), the Minority Leader in the Minnesota Senate, has been asked to resign his leadership position by Republican state senators. Sources I spoke with this afternoon said Hann has been asked to resign due to his vote […]
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“That makes sense and should not be too damaging…” Source: State Senator David Hann (R-Eden Prairie) on raising the minimum wage to $7.25 an hour, ECM Publishing, February 19, 2014