Posts of type: Newsletter

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 1/11/2019

Bipartisan Minnesota Delegation Lunch, British Ambassador and HM Trade Commissioner, U.S. Coast Guard, United Way, Market Facilitation Program (MFP) Application Deadline Extended Due to Government Shutdown, Six Months of Chinese Retaliatory Tariffs, Agriculture-Rural Development-Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies, Transportation and Housing and Urban Development, Financial Services and General Government, Department of Interior.

Jan 11, 2019 | Issues: Congressional Issues, Health, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 1/4/2019

Bipartisan Prayer Service, House Votes to End the Shutdown, VA Caregiver Program.

Jan 2, 2019 | Issues: Congressional Issues

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 12/28/2018

Christmas Greeting, Heavy Snow Hits the Seventh.

Jan 2, 2019 | Issues: Congressional Issues, Transportation

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 12/21/2018

Farm Bill Signed into Law, KASM Focus on Farming Panel in Albany, ELD Mandate for Livestock Haulers, International Call Fraud Update from Arvig, USDA Announces Second Round of Trade Aid Payments.

Dec 17, 2018 | Issues: Foreign Affairs, Health, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 12/14/2018

Farm Bill Conference Report Passes House and Senate, Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation, Beltrami County Commissioner, Affordability Champion Award, Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association, U.S. Military Academy Panel, Canola Symposium in Roseau, Michael Wedin Completes FBI Training Academy, New Staff Serving the 7th, Minnesota Premium Security Program, Rural Broadband Development, 2019 Health Insurance Coverage, Trade Aid Held Up by Office of Management and Budget, USDA “ReConnect” Broadband Program, Forest Service Report.

Dec 11, 2018 | Issues: Economy and Jobs, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 12/7/2018

Underpaid GI Bill Benefits, Donation Announced for Montevideo Veterans Home Project, Talking Farm Bill in Moorhead and South St. Paul, Sugarbeet Growers Meet in Fargo, Former President George H. W. Bush: 1924 – 2018, Todd County Farm Bureau, Governor-Elect Tim Walz Visits Hallock, Northwest Regional Development Commission Meeting, Highway 2 Manufacturers, Agricultural Trade Projections for 2019.

Dec 3, 2018 | Issues: Economy and Jobs, Foreign Affairs, Health

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 11/30/2018

Border Decision to Lock Northbound Gates Early is Reversed, U.S. Canada Inter-Parliamentary Meeting, Bayer Crop Science Vice President of Government Relations, Minnesota Chamber and Building and Construction Trades Council, CentraCare Health, Discussing the Future of U.S. Hemp, Pheasants Forever – Dave Nomsen, Sharing Rural Values with Urban Members, National Association of Conservation Districts, Gift Making with the Sons of Norway, Farm Bill, The Great Outdoors with Dennis Anderson.

Nov 26, 2018 | Issues: Health

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 11/21/2018

Celebrating 100 Years of Minnesota Farm Organizations, Lorraine Cecil, Calyxt, Mental Health Grants Awarded, Thanksgiving Food Safety.

Nov 19, 2018 | Issues: Energy, Health, Transportation, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 11/16/2018

Manage Our Wolves Act, Farm Bill, Secretary Sonny Perdue, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall, New Flyer, White Earth Tribal Council, Stronger America Through Seafood, National Young Farmers Coalition, Teamsters, Beth Ford, Energy Conservation Improvement Programs, Veterans Day Lapel Pin, Welcome Madeleine!, Spring Internship Application Deadline Approaches, Congratulations to the Fertile-Beltrami FFA, Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Drops for 3rd Straight Year, Minnesota Ranks #2 for Volunteering in the U.S., World Pancreatic Cancer Day.

Nov 13, 2018 | Issues: Education, Tax Reform, Transportation, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 11/9/2018

Meeting with Veterans in 2018, Blue Ribbon School Awards, Livestock Hauling Petition, Farm to Table Dinner in Crookston, Grow Our Own Summit in Marshall, UMC Campus Advisory and Advancement Board Meeting, Retirement Plan and IRA Contribution Limits Increase for 2019.

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