In The News
As Congress nears the end of its break, and the Minnesota Legislature has just a few weeks left in its session, The Journal asked our area lawmakers to think about happier times, such as when the ice would leave Rainy Lake.
President Donald Trump launched an investigation Thursday into foreign steel entering the U.S. markets, and whether the practice threatens national security, opening the door for new tariffs.
ELY – More than 60 Ely-area residents packed a classroom at Vermilion Community College last week to meet with U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan in a lively town hall meeting that went for nearly two hours.
WASHINGTON—U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan called on leaders of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and Aviation Subcommittee to have a hearing to investigate the state of consumer protection practices within the airline industry, a news release from Nolan's office said Tuesday.
Much of President Trump's political strength comes from the fact that he won in places Republicans usually don't.
In November, long-time Democratic states like Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin flipped from blue to red. He nearly did it here in Minnesota, too, a place that hasn't gone Republican since 1972.
The Highway 169 Eagles Nest Project is finally getting underway. The $16 million project has been almost two decades in the making. Friday, MnDot and other state officials gathered to celebrate reaching this milestone.
Although it was a listening session on health care and President Donald Trump's proposed budget, residents took the opportunity to question Rep. Rick Nolan about a myriad of topics in Duluth on Thursday.
VIRGINIA — A two-party solution could go a long way, especially if the federal government wants to avoid shutting down at month’s end, said Congressman Rick Nolan, D-Minn., to a crowd Wednesday at Virginia City Hall.
REGIONAL— Eighth District Congressman Rick Nolan has joined forces with Sen. Bernie Sanders to introduce legislation that would make public colleges and universities in the U.S. tuition-free for families with an income under $125,000.
The bill would also make community colleges tuition-free for all income levels.