Kids change everything. Priorities shuffle and are reduced. Moms and dads are happy to make sacrifices for the kids they love, and of course, if you are a parent, you don’t view them as sacrifices.Read more
The bill funds the priorities of our state and addresses the need to bring costs under control for struggling families.Read more
Railroaded again by metro elites! It’s time to call them on it. It’s time to say no to bailing out SWLR 🚃 next year. You are getting a bill for something you didn’t order. You shouldn’t have to pay it.Read more
In Minnesota, all legislative seats (67 senate, and 134 house seats) are up for election this year.
There are no constitutional, US Senate races, nor a governor race. This happens every 12 years. Needless to say, down-ballot races will be greatly affected by party turnout in MN more so than other states.
Last month, Blue Cross and Blue Shield MN announced that the company would no longer sell individual insurance policies in Minnesota. That will put an additional 100,000 Minnesotans out of insurance in January.
On September 1st, we will find out which of the remaining plans will show double-digit increases again.
The companies were given a one-month extension by regulators who have driven company after company out of Minnesota’s health insurance market for middle-class policyholders.