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Thank you to the White Bear Lake League of Women Voters for hosting tonight’s candidate forum. I look forward to this event each election! Really appreciate all the work you do to keep our democracy healthy. ...

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What a fun time! Thanks to all who swung by our Drive-By House Party. Thanks to everyone who donated, but couldn’t make it too. Iver did an awesome job handing out goodie bags that included our favorite local soda from Northern Soda Company and I had a blast talking to people in person. My kiddos kept themselves busy with Biden Harris chalk art and Biden Rocks rock painting 💜 ...

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Today is the day! Stop on by 536 Lake Cove Court between 4-6 p.m. to fuel up, sign-up and say hi. Since I can't give a speech with all of us together...here it is! Thank you all for your support. If you cannot make it today, consider donating online: secure.actblue.com/donate/isaacsonfundraiser ...

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Goodie bags are ready for the Isaacson Drive-By House party tomorrow (Sunday) from 4-6 p.m. at 536 Lake Cove Ct shoreview. ...

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Week 12 Update

As always, thank you for tuning in to events here at the capitol. It’s been a busy first few weeks and I’ve been glad to see so many constituents come visit me in St. Paul.

Below are just some of the highlights and topics being discussed. I appreciate you all sharing your thoughts and concerns with me and look forward to another long week.

Week 11 Update

Mitchell’s Law is a bill I introduced this session that would give drivers licence applicants an option to put emergency contacts in the database in the event of an accident. Mitchell’s Law had it’s first hearing in the Transportation Finance and Policy committee on Wednesday. The bill was passed and was re-referred to the Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee. (S.F. 746)

Week 10 Update

It was a busy week here at the capitol with the first legislative deadline of the 2019 session and many rallies and days on the hill. The first deadline requires policy bills to have had their first hearing in the committee of origin unless the companion bill in the House has been heard. Finance, tax, and capital investment bills do not have to meet this deadline. As always, thank you for tuning in to events here at the capitol. It’s been a busy first few weeks and I’ve been glad to see so many constituents come visit me in St. Paul.

Week 9 Update

It was a busy week here at the capitol with legislative deadlines approaching and many rallies and days on the hill. This past week brought the passage of the Legislature’s first two bills off of the floor, as well as a number of bills focused on mental health and additional calls for full HAVA funding. As always, thank you for tuning in to events here at the capitol. It’s been a busy first few weeks and I’ve been glad to see so many constituents come visit me in St. Paul.

Week 8 Update

The big news this week was the release of the February budget forecast which sets the terms of debate for the two-year budget. The forecast projects how much money the state is likely to have for the upcoming biennium. Minnesota Management and Budget estimates a $1 billion budgetary balance which is $492 million less than the November 2018 forecast. It’s important to be cautious when the state’s budget balance decreases and diligent in working to balance any new investments with additional revenue.

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