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October 26, 2020 Newsletter
American Bikers for Awareness, Training, & Education Legislator of the Year; Chairman’s Corner: COVID Assistance for Farmers and Ranchers, Working with Local Governments to Address Issues with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Looking Forward with AURI; Legislative Update: H.R. 7777 Paycheck Protection; Redwood County Board of Commissioners; Valley Senior Services: Not-for-Profit of the Year; National Co-op Month; COVID-19 Updates & Resources; MNsure Open Enrollment; Medicare Open Enrollment; National EIP Registration Day; FEMA 10 Tips for CyberSafety; This Week in History: Statue of Liberty Dedication; Views from the 7th.
October 19, 2020 Newsletter
Redwood County Cemetery, Chairman’s Corner: Trade Discussion with United Kingdom Officials & Fish and Wildlife Service Compensation to Local Governments, Multi-County Farmers Union Meeting, Stepping up in the Seventh, Legislative Update: Emergency Legislation for Social Security COLA Increase, COVID-19 Updates & Resources, COVID-19 Updates & Resources, Halloween Safety in the Seventh, SBA PPP Forgiveness, Department of Commerce SPRINT Challenge, This Week in History: Northern Boundary Line/Treaty of 1818
October 13, 2020 Newsletter
Signup for 2021 Dairy Margin Coverage Begins Oct. 13th, MAKE PPE Act, Protecting Regional Sports Networks, Stepping up in the Seventh, Legislative Update, Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act, 2020 Commanders Task Force Meeting, CODEL Breakfast Briefing, RiverView Health Building Project, COVID-19 Updates & Resources, Congressional App Challenge, 2021 Capitol Hill Challenge, Extended EIP Deadline, Social Security Updates, This Week in History: National Farmers Day.
April 28, 2020 Newsletter
Todd County Rural Broadband Project; Paycheck Protection Program & Health Care Enhancement Act; Urging VP Pence to Address Challenges facing Hog Farmers; Minnesota Announces Widespread Testing; $13.2 Billion in Relief allocated to K-12 Education; WOTUS Rule Replaced; VA Launches Prescription Refill App; My Action on COVID-19; Economic Impact Payments; Additional COVID-19 Updates & Resources; Recognizing Laboratory Workers; Carrol’s Wild Life; and Congressional Art Competition.
April 17, 2020 Newsletter
Bringing Minnesotans Home from Abroad; Oslo Becomes an Island, Again; My Recent Action on COVID-19; Supporting Local Initiatives; Funding Rural Hospitals; Oversight of Cattle and Beef Markets; Support for the Biofuels Industry; My Previous Action on COVID-19; Economic Impact Payments Information; Additional COVID-19 Updates & Resources; Consumer Resources; Ensuring Telecommunication Connectivity; Agriculture & Rural Development; Unemployment Compensation; New PPP Eligible Lenders & Interim Final Rule; Emergency Childcare Grants; Additional Employee & Business Resources; Veterans; Grants for Veterans; Education & Families; Taxes; North Country Food Bank; Mayo Clinic leads on Convalescent Plasma for COVID Patients; Minnesota’s Chandler Industries Steps Up; and Congressional Art Competition.
March 16, 2020 Newsletter
PL-566 Watershed Program Letter, USDA Budget Letter Meeting, Subcommittee on Livestock and Foreign Agriculture, Minnesota agriculture groups, Supporting Agriculture through Aquaculture – AQUAA Act, American Legion Department of Minnesota, Joint VA Committee Hearing on American Legion Priorities, HVAC Oversight and Investigations Hearing, Full HVAC Committee markup meeting, Farm Forum in Fosston, Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association, Soil Health Meeting in Saint Hilaire, LeadMN, Students United, Minnesota Professional Fire Fighters, Minnesota School Nutrition Association, 340B Health, Minnesota Council on Foundations, National Barley Improvement Committee, National Humanities Alliance, HealthWORKS Coalition, National Association of Postal Supervisors, Alliance of Community Health Plans, National Association of Convenience Stores, State Historic Preservation Office, H.R. 1379, the Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act (ELSA), NWS Issues Final Spring Flood Outlook, Farm and Rural Stress Resources Available, Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tips to Stay Healthy, MN DEED’s Lisa Hughes Named Top 50 Economic Developer, Perham Health, and Congressional Art Competition.
March 11, 2020 Newsletter
Perham Health Visit, Wyatt Schmidt Appointed to Air Force Academy, Veterans Affairs, Hancock Public School Receives Blue Ribbon Designation, Prairie Producers’ Industrial Hemp Growers Meeting, AgriGrowth Legislative Reception, Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC), Minnesota Housing Partnership (MHP), American Short Line & Regional Railroad Association, Minnesota Business Aviation Association, Minnesota Hunger Alliance, National Sunflower Association, School Land Trust, Minnesota Humanities Center, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, Pediatric Dentists, Minnesota Public Employees Retirement Association (MN PERA), American Battlefield Trust, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) & Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Advocates, Celebrating the Life of Norma Hanson, Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Tips to Stay Healthy, MN Department of Ag Seeking School Dairy Grant Applications, and Congressional Art Competition.
March 2, 2020 Newsletter
Disaster Assistance Secured for Sugar, Excessive Moisture, and Drought, Minnesota Disabled American Veterans (MN DAV), VA Secretary Wilkie, MN Department of Veterans Affairs, Agricultural staff associations, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Tim Dufault, USA Rice Federation, Innovative Wood Products, American Wild Game and Livestock Protection Act, Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Thom Peterson, Minnesota National Guard, Minnesota Civil Air Patrol (CAP), Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association, Minnesota Department of Transportation, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA), Prairie Public Broadcasting, Sioux Falls Vet Center, Southwest MN Workforce Development Board, Job Fair and Hot Jobs, Northern Hazelnut Growers Meeting in Brainerd, MN Credit Unions Association, National Association of Health Underwriters, Minnesota Broadcasters Association, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA), Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Minnesota Space Grant Consortium, Advocates for Energy Assistance, H.R. 1379 the Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act (ELSA), Congressional Art Competition, Coronavirus: What You Need to Know, Planning to Fly Domestically? Get your Real ID before October 1st, Veterans Scholarship for Tuition Free Master’s Program, and Register Your Workplace for Census@Work Day.
February 25, 2020 Newsletter
Minnesota House Delegation Vet Centers Letter, HVAC Agent Orange Presumptive Conditions Letter, Port Hours of Service in Lancaster and Roseau, Small Business Administration Meeting in Willmar, Beltrami Island State Forest Trail Network, International Crop Expo, UMN Center for Farm Financial Management, Advocating for New Marketing Opportunities, Minnesota Blue Cross Blue Shield, Habitat for Humanity, AARP Foundation offering Tax Assistance, Grain Bin Safety Week and NGFA Resources, Census Bureau Hiring for 2020, and National Entrepreneurship Week.
February 20, 2020 Newsletter
FEMA Underestimation Delegation Letter, West Point Appointments, Sec. Perdue, Agriculture Retailers Association, MN Pork Producers Association, Holstein USA, USA Rice Producers Association, Kathy Zeman, White Earth Nation, Veterans Affairs, Minnesota State Board of Trustees, Center for Lyme Action, Dauntless Air, Hearth Patio and Barbecue Association, Sustainable Farming Association Annual Conference, Minnesota DHS Commissioner, Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police, Minnesota National Guard Enlisted Association, Lead for Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Health Office of Rural Health & Primary Care, Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition, Special Olympics International, Prairie Island Indian Community, Neurofibromatosis North Central, UMN Water Resources Center, North Country Trail Association, National Federation for the Blind, Debbie’s Dream Foundation, Winter in the 7th, Legislative Update: Bridging Responsible Ag Conservation Efforts Act, White House Agriculture Budget Request, MDH says Minnesota at Low Risk for Coronavirus, Don’ Delay Purchase of Flood Insurance, FEMA Resources on the Great Lakes High Water.