Congressman Rick Nolan

Representing the 8th District of Minnesota
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Monday Report

Mar 28, 2018 the Monday Report

Nolan’s Voyageurs National Park Land Exchange Bill 
Passes House on Voice Vote

Mar 5, 2018 the Monday Report

Nolan Doubles Down in Defense of Trump's Decision to Impose Tariffs on Foreign Steel

 
Steelworkers rally in support of tariffs and taxes to put a stop to the illegal dumping of millions of tons of sub-par foreign steel into the U.S. marketplace. 

Dear Friend,

Mar 5, 2018 the Monday Report

It's Time For a Real Debate on Gun Safety

 
Survivors of the Florida shooting, including young David Hogg, have ignited a national movement to demand better, stronger, more effective gun safety laws. 

Feb 20, 2018 the Monday Report

This Terrible Gun Violence Must Stop!


A terrible, unspeakable tragedy - these 17 students and teachers were shot and killed last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Dear Andrea,

Feb 5, 2018 the Monday Report

Stop Undermining the Mueller Investigation, Mr. President! 

 

Jan 31, 2018 the Monday Report

Pennsylvania and North Carolina Court Decisions Boost “Restore Democracy Revolution” to End Partisan Gerrymandering of Congressional Districts


Jan 23, 2018 the Monday Report

When the Government Shuts Down, Nobody Wins and Everybody Gets Hurt!

 

Jan 17, 2018 the Monday Report

It’s Time for Congress to Protect America’s 
Hard-Earned Pensions

 
Teamsters rally outside the U.S. Capitol in support of our legislation to protect hard-earned worker pensions.

Dear Friend,

Jan 10, 2018 the Monday Report

As Federal Shutdown Looms, GOP Leaders Waste the People’s Time

 
During the federal government shutdown of 2013, Denver Post cartoonist Joe Heller offered this look at a closed Mount Rushmore and its disgusted former presidents - Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln.

Dear Friend,

Jan 2, 2018 the Monday Report

Happy New Year! America Gets Ready for 2018

 
Fireworks over the U.S. Capitol are a joy - now hopefully we’ll see fewer fireworks and more cooperation inside the Capitol and the halls of Congress here in 2018. 

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