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May 13, 2019 Newsletter
Constituent Services, Chairman’s Corner (Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management Hearing, Compeer Financial, CoBank), House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs, Waubun-Ogema-White Earth Schools in D.C., Willmar Friends Appointed to Service Academies, Congressional Art Competition Winner, Stearns County Attorney, Transportation and Infrastructure Meetings, U.S. Bank, Institute for Portfolio Alternatives, National Association of Addiction Treatment, Minnesota Lymphedema Advocacy Group, Federal Disaster Assistance, Highway 2 West Manufacturers Association Meeting, Small Business Administration Association Meeting, Minnesota Association of County Office Employees Convention, Library of Congress Books Presented to Ortonville Public Library, Focus on the Debt (Disaster Funds), Minneapolis Passport Agency Anniversary Event, Up to $2500 Match for STEM Interns, Protect Your Move.
May 6, 2019 Newsletter
Constituent Services, Chairman’s Corner (CODEL Highlights, State of Dairy Subcommittee Hearing, State of the CFTC Subcommittee Hearing, HVAC Veterans Suicide Hearing, HVAC Subcommittee on Health Hearing, Lake Region Healthcare, Minnesota Rural Electric Association, Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota, Minnesota Nurses Association, Minnesota United Snowmobile Association, Minnesota Breast Cancer Coalition, We Are Golf, National Electrical Contractors Association, National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology, Kelsey Melgaard, Fargo VA Quarterly Veteran Service Officer Meeting, Civil Servant of the Year, VA Research Day, RiverView Health in Crookston, Northwest Private Industry Council, Service Academy Night, Focus on the Debt (Pell Grants), Legislative Update, Energy Grant Opportunities, MinnRoast 2019.
April 24, 2019 Newsletter
E2 Visa Reform, Town Hall in Detroit Lakes, April Snowstorm Impacts the 7th, Flood Management Projects in Action, News and View with Joel Heitkamp, Point of View with Chris Berg, Minnesota Telecomm Alliance, Minnesota Dental Association, University of Minnesota Extension, Minnesota Network of Hospice and Palliative Care, American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, Alexandria Technical & Community College, Rural Voices Listening Session in Alexandria, Legislative District 4 Town Hall Meeting in Moorhead, 2018 Congressional Art Competition Winner Jenika Moen, Focus on the Debt, Tickets for Troops.
April 9, 2019 Newsletter
Wood Heaters, Rural Utilities Service, Dairy Meeting with Senator Smith in Litchfield, Minnesota State Cattleman’s Association, Land O’Lakes Board Members, House Agriculture Subcommittee Hearings, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Tony Lourey, Marvin Windows and Doors, Department of Veterans Affairs Seal, Students from Hawley and New York Mills, 2019 State of the White Earth Nation, Minnesota Rural Education Association, Minnesota Bankers Association, St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce, Minnesota Funeral Directors Association, Alzheimer’s Association, American Coalition for Ethanol, Child Care Aware, Water Environment Federation, Muslim Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill, Mortgage Bankers Association, Professional Insurance Agents of Minnesota, Network Lobby, American Association of Justice, Volunteer Driver Tax Appreciation Act, The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Discharge Petition, Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act, Gold Star Spouses Day.
April 1, 2019 Newsletter
Unarmed Civilian Protection Organizations, Chairman’s Corner (UMN Farm Income Report, Minnesota Farm Bureau), Students from Osakis and Fertile-Beltrami, CJ Bio, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AIPAC, Minnesota Association of Community Health Centers, TRIO – Upward Bound, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Minnesota Association of Workforce Boards, Masonic Cancer Center, Midwest Assistance Program, National Hemophilia Foundation, PoDCo Manufacturing, Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act, Prepare for Flooding.
March 25, 2019 Newsletter
Meeting with Customs and Border Protection, Chairman’s Corner (Minnesota Soybean Growers Association), Town Hall Meetings in Alexandria.
March 19, 2019 Newsletter
Dear Friends, This week, the Administration released the budget they would like to see passed for fiscal year 2020, which calls for deep cuts to a number of programs important to rural America, including crop insurance, rural water, and housing programs.
March 11, 2019 Newsletter
Letter to EPA on Wood Heaters, Letter to Education Secretary DeVos on Argosy University Closures, Detroit Lakes Veterans Town Hall, Meeting with Veterans in Willmar and Hutchinson, Chairman’s Corner (Bob Fox, Barnes-Aastad, Midwest Dairy, Jim Fisher, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota Extension, Tri-Societies, National Sunflower Association), Students United, Minnesota Veterans of Foreign Wars, Minnesota National Guard, 340B Health, TSC Advocates, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, American Medical Association, SHAPE America, Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund of Minnesota, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts, Minnesota Humanities Center, Motorcycle Riders Foundation, Minnesota Census Mobilization Partnership & the Minnesota Council on Foundations, Virtual Dementia Tour, Winter in Minnesota, Child Care Workforce and Facilities Act, Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act.
February 25, 2019 Newsletter
Melrose Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Tom Emmer, Warrior Boats, Todd County Commissioners, University of Minnesota Crookston Chancellor Mary Holz-Clause, Red River Watershed Management Board, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, USDA Agriculture Outlook Forum, Letter to Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Rettig on March 1st Filing Deadline for Farmers, Rural Hospital Frontier Fairness Act, AARP Foundation Tax Aide Assistance Locations in Minnesota, NCAA Final Four.
February 11, 2019 Newsletter
Dear Friends, This week, the House Agriculture Committee adopted its rules for the 116th Congress, so that it can begin addressing the important issues facing America’s farmers, ranchers, and consumers.

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