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U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips joined a panel of health care leaders in a community conversation in Shorewood Monday night to discuss the opioid crisis. The panel discussed how overdoses have taken a financial toll on counties. Counties pick up the tab for everything from emergency services to child protection.
Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Deephaven) voted for the Save the Internet Act, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives last week.
The bill creates popular, targeted net neutrality protections that benefit consumers and small businesses.
Members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation have been weighing in on the release of the redacted Mueller report. Not surprisingly, their reaction is split along party lines.
Although President Donald Trump says it's time to move on after the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 elections found no evidence of collusion with his campaign, Democratic members of the Minnesota congressional delegation say it's far from over.
Four members of the Edina City Council joined more than 2,000 mayors, council members and other delegates from cities, towns and villages across the country in Washington, D.C., last month for the National League of Cities’ annual Congressional City Conference.
As the new members of Congress from Minnesota passed 100 days in office last week, Democrats were already looking forward to next year's election while Republicans expressed frustration with ongoing Washington gridlock.
U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Deephaven), who represents Minnesota’s 3rd District in U.S. Congress, signed a bipartisan letter to preserve and strengthen the Medicare Advantage program for seniors across the country and was named a Medicare Advantage “champion.”
WASHINGTON — The cream of mushroom soup was flowing and the tater tots were plentiful, as Minnesota's eight U.S. Representatives and two U.S. Senators set aside their party differences on Tuesday in favor of a tasty tradition: the 9th annual Minnesota Congressional Delegation Hotdish Competition.
Washington – Like Minnesota itself, hot dish is getting more diverse.
It wasn’t so long ago that 1 in 5 children with special needs were kept out of public schools in this country. In many places they were shunted off to state institutions or subpar facilities, far away from others.