Rep. Nolan joined 161 Members of the House in sending a letter to Speaker Boehner urging him to bring a bill to the House Floor to extend unemployment insurance to all Americans.
Proud to join my colleague and fellow Minnesotan Rep. Keith Ellison in saying an adamant NO to TPP "fast track" authority and secret closed-door deals.
Duluth wins $250,000 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grant!Duluth was the very first of only 16 cities nationwide to receive a new "Shoreline Cities Green Infrastructure Grant," which will fund stormwater management projects - cleaning & filtering runoff water so it doesn't contaminate the St. Louis River or the Lake Superior Basin.
Logging trucks that exceed federal weight limits for nearby I-35 still pose a big hazard as they detour through downtown Duluth. The solution – at least for the short term – is a federal weight limit exemption allowing the trucks to use I-35.
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On Wednesday, March 5, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the Better Buildings Act of 2014 (H.R.2126) with significant bipartisan support.
The bill includes provisions to
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives should vote immediately to extend unemployment benefits to 200,000 veterans, Minnesota’s Eighth District Congressman Rick Nolan said today in a letter to Speaker of the House John Boehner.
The old adage is that Minnesota has only two seasons, winter and road construction. While the snow is still falling, local, state, and federal governments are trying to figure out how to pay for upcoming roadway projects.
The consequences of Congress' decision to sacrifice thorough debate in the name of expediency for the NAFTA agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada have been devastating, according to extensive research by Public Citizen, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and others.
Democratic U.S. Reps. Tim Walz and Rick Nolan, Minnesota’s members of Congress on the House Transportation Committee, back President Obama’s proposal to upgrade the nation’s roads, bridges and transit systems.
Obama released his plan this week at St. Paul’s refurbished Union Depot, saying that boosting infrastructure spending was one of the best ways to put people to work.
Photo courtesy of Debbie Griffin with the Isanti County News
DULUTH, MN—On the heels of the EPA’s announcement of a $250,000 green infrastructure grant to improve water quality in the City of Duluth, Minnesota’s Eighth District Congressman Rick Nolan released the following statement:
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On Wednesday, March 5, the U.S.
The old adage is that Minnesota has only two seasons, winter and road construction.
The consequences of Congress' decision to sacrifice thorough debate in the name of expediency for the NAFTA agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada have been devastatin
Democratic U.S. Reps.