Sen. Amy Klobuchar is no household name nationally. But U.S. senators run for president all the time.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Tom Emmer are big proponents of changing U.S. policy toward the island, but they had differing views on how recent developments affect reform’s chances.
Franken is working hard to turn the Senate Democratic, while Klobuchar has been a strong advocate for Hillary Clinton.
Americans oppose the continuation of the embargo by a large margin. Congress might be starting to notice.
And can they be fixed?
Two apparently opposite votes in the course of two weeks put the senator at odds with two important Minnesota constituencies.
There’s not much Senate Democrats can do to force Republicans to consider a Supreme Court nominee — but that doesn’t mean they won’t try.
Franken has built a reputation in the Senate as an advocate for privacy, while Klobuchar’s background as a prosecutor makes her more sympathetic to law enforcement’s concerns.
The Senator Next Door is also the political press’ favorite Senator Next In Line.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Tim Walz, and Rep. Keith Ellison have all hit the campaign trail in Iowa.
Minnesota’s representatives come from varied ideological, geographic and economic backgrounds. And they all want the medical-device tax to die.
In a 58-minute speech, Obama gave what several lawmakers described as a valediction.
And if foreign governments are cheating on steel prices, should the U.S. government step in to help support domestic steel producers?
Minnesota representatives sounded optimistic but urgent notes.
Up to now, national security and terrorism have not been signature issues for Klobuchar.
Klobuchar is the sponsor of a bill to officially lift the trade embargo on Cuba.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar said that the deal is “our best available option to put the brakes on Iran’s development of a nuclear weapon.”
An Atlanta-based Delta crew knew junior Sen. Al Franken, but had a little trouble recognizing his flight companion.
Photos from the variety show featuring Gov. Mark Dayton, Rep. Tom Emmer, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Mayor Betsy Hodges, Sen. Al Franken and more.
A late entry to this year’s line-up, Sen. Amy Klobuchar recently announced she’ll be able to join us for MinnRoast 2015.