Saturday, August 19th, 2017

Winona County Republicans

Greetings from the Capitol, February 28, 2013 Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB), the state’s non-partisan fiscal agent, recently released the official budget forecast for February 2013. The forecast provided positive news for Minnesota. The forecast shows an additional surplus of $295 million for the current biennium, bringing the total surplus for the current 2012-13 biennium […]

Here is the press release from Sen. Jeremy Miller. Miller to Seek Re-Election to Minnesota State Senate   For Immediate Release Date: April 25, 2012   Senator Jeremy Miller, small business owner and entrepreneur from Winona, announced that he plans to seek re-election for the Minnesota State Senate.   When asked about his first term […]

Podcasts are now available of the new Minnesota Senate Radio Show.  Our very own Senator Miller was a guest this past week, and can be heard or downloaded on this link.  The show can also be heard on 1230 KWNO on Friday afternoons.  It’s packed with great info, without the media filter. Enjoy.

March 23, 2011 Greetings from the Capitol! We’ll be putting in long hours this week as we finalize our budget bills by a self-imposed deadline of this Friday. A month ago we established targets for overall spending in each major area–such as education, transportation, agriculture, public safety–but now we have to put the meat on […]

Greetings from the Capitol! I took my first major floor votes this week: a budget bill, which was our first step to reduce the $6.2 billion deficit; another bill to lift the moratorium on nuclear power plants; and a bill that sets up alternative pathways to teacher certification. They will be reconciled with House bills […]

Fist up is Senator Miller. Greetings from the Capitol! Until this week our committee meetings were taken up with overviews by Senate Counsel and Research and by major stakeholders in our areas of responsibility, but now we have begun to consider our first bills. Legislating is a great responsibility: we are writing laws that will […]