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Tin Bins will be a coffee shop, café and bar owned by the Dock Café’s proprietors, Sherri Hopfe Franke and Mike McGuire. The hope is to open the new restaurant with a patio this spring.
"I have been outspoken about my opposition of the Affordable Care Act from the beginning, and I did not vote for the bill," Rep. Andrea Kieffer said in her weekly newsletter.
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"This sequester is a folly, it is shameful, and it is a man-made mess that is completely and wholly reversible," U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum said. "This Congress acts likes it has the luxury of governing this great country with gimmicks and game playing."
“I think this is a crazy proposal,” Rep. Bob Dettmer (R-Forest Lake) said. “I will not be voting for any kind of toll road or toll bridge between the great states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.”
Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to deliver his State of the State address at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the House Chamber.
In response to Gov. Mark Dayton's budget proposal, Rep. Erik Severson (R-Osceola) sent an open letter to Minnesota business owners on Tuesday encouraging them to relocate to Wisconsin, where their business will be welcomed with "open arms and low taxes."
Several bills concerning gun laws will take center stage in the Minnesota Legislature starting Tuesday with discussions and public testimony in the House Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee. Rep. Andrea Kieffer (R-Woodbury) sits on that committee
Next week, the Stillwater Area School District will hold a series of meetings for families to learn about the "cost centers" work, view potential budget-reduction lists and share input about school funding.
President Barack Obama has chosen Stillwater native Denis McDonough as his fifth chief of staff.
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