Kohls is the 17th state legisaltor to announce retirement.
Franken introduces the legislation as a result of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Franken wants the U.S. House to pass the health care overhaul bill.
Republicans, many who urged patience during Minnesota’s long-running Senate race, now want Scott Brown seated immediately.
Franken told MPR he doubts bill will be signed before the State of the Union.
Minnesota’s two U.S. Senators will be making appearances on this weekend’s public policy shows…
Pawlenty and Franken agree on something: Health care reform may depend on the outcome of the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.
Klobuchar calls the vote an “important step forward.”
Franken reacts to the Senate health vote.
Franken will vote for the Senate health care overhaul bill even though it doesn’t include the public option.