Marci Anderson and Tom Heidemann, both of whom support the “neutrality policy” won, as did Scott Wenzel, who opposes the policy.
The Minnesota Family Council argued that the district is being targeted by national liberal groups because of its policy that limits discussion of LGBT issues.
For-profit colleges and companies that provide private student loans are big donors to Rep. John Kline’s campaign.
The pollster said Walker could benefit if the recall effort became a referendum on the wisdom of recalls rather than his performance in office.
The Minnesota Independent covered issues ranging from American Crystal Sugar’s negotiations with a locked out union to an anti-abortion activist planning to use campaign laws in a run against Rep. Keith Ellison to force Twin Cities media to run graphic anti-abortion ads.
Pogemiller was known at the State Capitol for his willingness to scrap. As Senate majority leader, he presided over budget and policy battles with former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
The Education Finance Council said the President’s plan doesn’t address the real student loan problem of “rising tuition and the lack of well-paying jobs.”
Franken’s amendment, one of a handful passed so far by the HELP committee as it undergoes a markup of the sweeping K-12 education bill, would lift the restrictions that bar states from testing students based on their skill level.
During day two of the HELP committee markup to approve the major K-12 education law meant to replace No Child Left Behind, senators proposed various amendments that addressed teacher requirements for Native American school lessons, testing standards for students with disabilities and classroom apprenticeship programs
Humphrey will head the older Americans division of the Consumer Financial Protection bureau, launched and formerly headed by Elizabeth Warren.