As our communities and state continue to grapple with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever that our lawmakers come together to pass a large bonding bill. One important way that your city can help nudge lawmakers in that direction is by passing a resolution . . .
When the Legislature failed — again — to pass a bonding bill during the second special session that ended earlier this week, it significantly jeopardized the chances of passing a bonding bill in 2020. The CGMC has learned that the state's pending August bond sale means that the Legislature . . .
The Legislature adjourned the second special session of 2020 early this morning without passing a bonding bill. Just last week there appeared to be a glimmer of hope that the Legislature might pass a bonding bill. On July 14, the House Ways and Means Committee advanced a $1.35 billion bill, . . .
The second special session of 2020 kicked off this week with a renewed focus on bonding. On Monday, the House unveiled a $1.35 billion bonding bill that was combined with a tax bill. This morning, the House Ways and Means Committee voted on a party-line basis to advance the bill. . . .
For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew A large public works package is needed to help Greater Minnesota communities — and the entire state — rebound from COVID-19 pandemic ST. PAUL—As state legislators prepare to tackle a laundry list of items during a special session that began today, Greater Minnesota city . . .
As the Minnesota Legislature prepares to reconvene Friday, June 12 for a special session, it is critical that you reach out to your legislators and make it clear that they must pass a bonding bill before they adjourn. As CGMC Executive Director Bradley Peterson emphasizes in this guest column for . . .