Minnesota Senate Republicans are proposing to cut Minneapolis's funding to repay cities that send police into the city to deal with disorder, accusing the city of failing to have a large enough police force.
Minnesota Senate Republicans are proposing to cut Minneapolis's funding to repay cities that send police into the city to deal with disorder.
Today, Senate Republicans are trying to limit Minnesota's ability to fight COVID-19. GOP Leader@paulgazelka even said the emergency is over. He's wrong. COVID-19 cases are surging across the America. We cannot allow the GOP to force our guard down during this pandemic. #mnleg
THREAD: Tomorrow, on Juneteenth, Minnesota Senate Republicans are planning to leave town instead of passing serious policing reform. We'd like to introduce you to some of the Senators who want to cut and run on Minnesota as our state cries out for justice and change. #mnleg
After Senate Republicans walked away from the last special session without passing police reform or a bonding bill, @paulgazelka said he'd spend this week negotiating to get something passed. Instead, he left Minnesota for a photo-op at the White House. Unbelievable. #mnleg
"The number one priority is we need to get the Republicans out of the House and the Senate who are not standing up to President Trump." – Fmr. Chief WH Ethics Lawyer , says after his announcement to run as a Democrat in Minnesota Senate race.