Their perspectives range the spectrum from cautious optimism to resigned indignation.
Klobuchar read “Half the Sky,” a book about international sex trafficking, for two hours while calling on the Senate to move forward on a stalled sex trafficking bill.
An anti-human trafficking bill sponsored by Sen. Amy Klobuchar should have cruised through the Senate this week. Instead, abortion politics is on the verge of killing it.
Rep. Tom Emmer said he could support normalizing relations with Cuba, so long as the Obama administration’s negotiations bear fruit.
Plenty of people in Washington want to get rid of the tax. They just need to figure out how to pay for it.
“We see Cuba as a market of 11 million people, 11 million new customers that can buy American products, and to me, that means jobs in America,” Klobuchar said.
Congress gaveled in on Tuesday, and on day one, at least, optimism reigned.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar discussed a number of topics, including the Keystone XL pipeline on “Meet the Press” on Sunday.
The Senate passed its government funding bill over the weekend despite no votes from Minnesota Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar has been named the Democrats’ liaison to the GOP, and she has an optimistic view of bipartisan potential heading into next year.
The 88-foot spruce hails from Minnesota’s Chippewa National Forest.
Klobuchar will chair the Democratic Steering Committee, tasked with meeting with outside groups and experts to discuss and set policy positions for the party.
Republicans won the U.S. Senate on Wednesday night, but Minnesota Sens. Klobuchar and Franken said they’ve heard from Republicans willing to work with them.
WASHINGTON — Klobuchar’s name had been floated by Bloomberg News and, yes, Twitter.
WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a bill authorizing assistance for Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group and funding the government through December.
WASHINGTON — While most of the delegation supports an ISIS plan in theory, they say Obama needs to come to Congress to get authority before launching attacks.
PLUS: State falls short of tax revenue projections; Michelle MacDonald’s drunk driving trial won’t be televised; Franken ad called ‘misleading’ and more.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Ron Johnson will be in Plymouth with McFadden on Tuesday; Rep. John Fleming is holding events in Alexandria with Westrom.
The decision is only a victory for those who think international trade is a zero-sum game.