Posts of type: Newsletter

Jun 28, 2013 | Issues: Congressional Issues

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 6/28

Art Competition Winner Liz Wedll Visits DC, Flooding in the 7th, DuPont Pioneer Research Center, Resources for Planning Your 4th of July

Jun 24, 2013

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 6/21

Farm Bill Falls Victim to Partisan Politics, National Small Business Week

Jun 14, 2013 | Issues: Health, Veterans

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 6/14

National Dairy Month, Farm Bill passed in Senate, Fergus Falls Federal Courthouse

Jun 7, 2013 | Issues: Energy, Transportation

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 6/7

Gas prices spike, Congressional Sportsmens Foundation, Minnesota Transportation Alliance, Farm Credit

May 31, 2013 | Issues: Education

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 5/31

More on Park Rapids fires, Crookston graduation, Academy Appointments, Stolen Valor Act, Farm Bill Meeting

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 5/24

Park Rapids fires, Memorial Day, Blue Star Museums, Agriculture Commitee Hearing on financial regulation, Fargo-Moorhead flood control, Minnesota CPAs

May 17, 2013 | Issues: Transportation

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 5/17

Farm Bill markup, 2013 Art Competition winner selected, meetings with ABATE and award received from Lutheran Services

May 10, 2013 | Issues: Economy and Jobs, Foreign Affairs, Health

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 5/10

On the Floor this week, Smithsonian Exhibition travels to Baudette, Meetings with trailer manufacturers, peace advocates, boating manufacturers, sheep producers, and ethanol producers

May 3, 2013 | Issues: Economy and Jobs

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 5/3

In memory of Al Loehr, Beginning Farmer and Rancher Opportunity Act, MN Delegation Urges President to Invite U of M Womens Hockey Team to White House, Bipartisan Cormorant Management Legislation, Small Business Loan Deadline Approaching

Apr 26, 2013 | Issues: Financial Services

Rep. Peterson's Newsletter 4/26

Eagle Scout Ceremony for Troop 656 in Hawley, Henderson Fire and Rescue receives $600,000+ grant funding to service surrounding communities, 2nd Amendments Performance at Rock-n-Roll Caucus Event