It’s not news when the train doesn’t wreck

We hear a lot about the potential train wreck of the Affordable Care Act, but what about the pieces that are working?

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A balancing act for District 112?

Should the unbalanced enrollment and demographics of Chaska High School and Chanhassen High School be balanced, and if so, how?

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Ortman faces uphill climb in potential race against Franken

The first detailed poll of the 2014 U.S. Senate race shows that potential Republican candidates — including Chanhassen’s Julianne Ortman — face an uphill battle against Al Franken.

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Carver County House Vote Tracker – 2013

See how Ernie Leidiger, Joe Hoppe, and Cindy Pugh voted on the critical issues this session.

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It’s totally not about that

Julianne Ortman attacks Al Franken over letters sent to the IRS in 2012. But, trust her, it’s totally unrelated to the rumors that she’s going to challenge him in 2014.

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Senate passes care workers unionization bill; House vote expected Saturday

The Minnesota State Senate voted 35-32 today to pass S.F. 778, which would enable independent day care operators and personal care attendants who serve customers that receive state subsidies to organize unions. Is this a smart move?

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Senate passes marriage equality; Ortman votes no

The Minnesota State Senate today passed the marriage equality bill by a vote of 37-30, following four hours of debate. State Senator Julianne Ortman (R-Chanhassen) voted no on the issue.

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Leidiger catches Agenda 21 and Tenther fever

Are you worried that the United Nations is going to seize your suburban home? Do you think the government should stop paying for Medicare? Well, Ernie Leidiger has the bills for you!

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