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First lit drop of the year. Great showing this morning. Huge thank you to all that joined us! Dropped over a 1,000 pieces! #forthewin #dflmajority ...

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My thoughts on the despicable behavior of Rep. Yoho. ...

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This unacceptable behavior is problematic for two important reasons.

1. It demonstrates yet another example of how women are treated as second class citizens in our society. His boorish behavior is born of male privilege and entitlement. There is a clear and unacceptable double standard on women which in turn is another barrier for women to overcome in our society. He is an example of what is wrong with our country today. He is literally why AOC and others work so hard to undue centuries of marginalizing and relegating women to the footnotes of history.

2. It demonstrates what is wrong with politics today. One can be passionate and even heated without attacking another personally. One can call out another with intelligence and even a bit of snark without vile name calling. I may be working hard to defeat my opponents or the MN GOP in the senate, but after the dust flies I need to work with them to solve the states problems. I cannot and will not start with the premise that my friends across the isle are bad people.

We are better than this as a nation, and certainly better than this as a state. I call on all elected officials to denounce this kind of behavior and engage in the process of problem solving and the common good.
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Jason Isaacson for SD42

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Weekly Update – March 13

Responding to the impact of the coronavirus strain COVID-19 this past week became more urgent. Hundreds, and often thousands, of people visit the Capitol and Minnesota Senate Building every day. We must do all we can to keep visitors, staff, legislators and the rest of our community safe and healthy. While many of us were unable to meet in in person, know that I am always available by phone and email. I hope to be a resource in any way I can. Below I included an update from the legislature with resources you may find helpful.

Weekly Update – March 6

Week 4 of the legislative session has now finished. As legislative deadlines approach, we have seen many bills move through committee. As always, thank you for tuning in to events here at the capitol. It’s been a busy few weeks and I’ve been glad to see so many constituents come visit me in St. Paul.

Weekly Update – February 28

The third week is wrapped up and the pace of the 2020 legislative session has yet to slow down. As the session keeps going, I encourage all of you to continue to reach out to me, schedule meetings, and voice your concerns.

Weekly Update – February 21

The second week of the 2020 legislative session was busy with many days on the hill and various groups visiting. I appreciate all those who came to visit this week! Committees also began meeting again this week, I’m excited for the busy weeks to come.  

Weekly Update – February 14

Our first week of the 2020 legislative session is a wrap. It feels good to be back at the capitol advocating for the people of District 42. I hope to see you all at the capitol this session!

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