Tuesday, Jim Knoblach officially announced his candidacy for the House seat in HD-14B, currently held by DFL freshman Zach Dorholt: Knoblach, a St. Cloud real estate investor, served in the state House from 1995 to 2006, when he chose not to run again. He said last month that he was considering a run for the […]
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Last spring, Zach Dorholt willingly voted for the DFL’s tax increase bill. This year, Rep. Dorholt is trying to wiggle out of that vote with a little spin: For local Republicans, the DFLer in the crosshairs on this issue is St. Cloud Rep. Zachary Dorholt. He’s among the DFLers who voted for last year’s broad-ranging […]
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The DFL’s hostility towards businesses has been frequently documented. Tax the Rich became their mantra in 2008. It’s still part of their mantra today. Unfortunately for Minnesotans, Gov. Dayton and the DFL didn’t just ‘tax the rich.’ They dropped a ton of taxes on the middle class and the working poor. Speaker Thissen officially went […]
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After reading this article about MNsure, I’ve got more questions than answers. Here’s what I’m talking about: With the new projections, the exchange now expects that Minnesotans will purchase about 500,000 months of coverage through the online marketplace this year, and more than 1.1 million months of coverage next year. Thankfully, Rep. Greg Davids issued […]
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If this article is right, then we’re seeing the first signs that opposition to the Senate Office Building is mounting: Lawmakers in Minnesota had hoped to break ground in March on a $63 million new state Senate office building next to the state Capitol in St. Paul. But a fight has broken out over the […]
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