WASHINGTON — Nolan’s campaign announced the $5,250 fine last week.
WASHINGTON — Rep Rick Nolan became only the fourth congressional Democrat to call for Shinseki to resign.
WASHINGTON — Walz asked the state VA to detail its wait times as the House turns it attention to a growing scandal nationwide.
WASHINGTON — Whether you like it or not, the next few months are going to be a crash course in net neutrality.
WASHINGTON — A Minnesota judge has temporarily blocked a Minnesota campaign contribution law in light of a campaign finance ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court in April.
WASHINGTON — Obermueller released an ad Friday indicating he won’t shy away from the law this election.
WASHINGTON — The FCC opened up a public comment period on new net neutrality rules on Thursday.
WASHINGTON – Democrats introduced a bill that would allow borrowers to refinance their student loans.
WASHINGTON — Kline is holding a hearing Thursday about potential consequences of a regional NLRB decision allowing Northwestern University athletes to unionize.
WASHINGTON — The email was obtained by the U.S. House Oversight Committee, which is awaiting correspondence from other exchanges, including MNsure.
WASHINGTON — The former 8th District representative served 36 years in the U.S. House.
WASHINGTON — FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler opened to the door to more municipal networks this week, a system in place in parts of Minnesota for years.
WASHINGTON — Pawlenty told Politico that Republicans should back a “reasonable” minimum wage hike.
WASHINGTON — The former congressman remains involved in Minnesota politics and said he’s keeping tabs on the 8th District from his home in New Hampshire.