Minnesota's two U.S. Senators signed on to legislation today (Tuesday) that would keep the air traffic control tower open in St. Cloud. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken joined 16 other senators for the bipartisan "Protect Our Skies Act".
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken says he thinks the Obama administration will soon release details of how states can provide health insurance to lower-income people as part of the federal healthcare overhaul.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken is meeting with education officials at an Eagan middle school to discuss ways to ensure school safety in Minnesota. The first-term Democrat is also holding a press conference Monday at the school to discuss the issue.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Sen. Al Franken and his wife Franni are offering their favorite holiday recipes. "Al's Wild Rice Stuffing" and "Franni's Pureed Butternut Squash" are just a couple of the offerings that appear in a new email from Franken's re-election committee.
With recent polls showing a tightening Presidential race in Minnesota, one of Barack Obama's top campaign surrogates made a stop in St. Cloud on Sunday Night. Former President Bill Clinton energized supporters during a rally at St. Cloud State University.
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