Bakk backs bill to tighten amendment requirements
Tom Klein
ST. PAUL – Bills introduced last week in both the House and Senate would make it more difficult for lawmakers to put proposed constitutional amendments to a statewide vote. One proposal would … More »
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hard rock miner

Regarding changes to state law---, I. will stand by the will of THE PEOPLE before I would entrust. ANYTHING to a vote of politicians attempting to keep their pathetic hold on "power! Term limits are a MUST! I want real life, adults in the legislature. Folks that must face a real budget EVERY DAY! THE low information voters that think the multi-millionaire governor goofy actually feels their pain drank too much from the kool- aid jar! I no longer want to support anyone that is able-bodied for one minute. Redistribution of hard earned tax dollars to lazy folks makes me angry and very afraid. All of the unemployed should be working FULL TIME doing public service. Ask afscme to stand down and put their actions where they say their values lie.

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