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WASHINGTON, D.C -- K9 Luna, who was shot and killed during a standoff in Duluth Friday, was honored at the U.S. Capitol Tuesday.
Rep. Pete Stauber, who represents Minnesota's 8th Congressional District, gave a tribute to the late Duluth Police Department K9 on the House of Representatives floor.
The move comes as mining supporters fear — and environmental groups hope — that the Biden administration will reinstate moves made in the final days of the Obama administration that rescinded the leases of Twin Metals, a proposed underground copper-nickel mine in the same watershed as the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and prompted study on a proposed 20-year ban on mining activit
When Northeastern Minnesota re-elected me to Congress last month, I reaffirmed my commitment to serving all my constituents, whether they voted for me or not. I stand by this promise. We find ourselves in unprecedented times, and our nation is calling for its leaders to find bipartisan solutions to help every American.
Mining trucks, utility trucks, ice-breakers, and fellow bunchers drive the economy. And leaders from those industries are constantly working to make sure they stay competitive.
Congressman Pete Stauber wanted to hear what's happening on the ground, so he can continue to advocate for them out in D.C.
U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber (R-8th District) visited with directors of local adult care programs and area state legislators Monday to hear how the programs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and what Congress can do to help.
Stauber hosted the listening session, titled “Caring for Our Aging Community,” outdoors at the All Veterans Memorial in Park Rapids.
U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber, R-Hermantown, received the Champion for Healthy Seniors Award from the Partnership to Fight Chronic Diseases. Stauber was chosen to receive this award based on his leadership in lowering the cost of prescription drugs and protecting in-home treatments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, July 27th, Ivanka Trump, advisor to the president will visit Duluth and Bloomington. According to a White House official, she will be joined by Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt and Congressman Pete Stauber for a visit to a local manufacturing facility where the company is expected to sign the Pledge to America’s Workers.
Language in a federal environmental funding bill takes aim at the controversial copper-nickel mine proposed for the same watershed as the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and could also impact any future expansion plans for iron ore mines that straddle the watershed’s border.