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The debate over copper nickel mining in Minnesota continues to grow. And supporters came together on Friday in Virginia.
Congressman Pete Stauber hosted the gathering at the Carpenters Union Hall. "We are on the cusp of doing great things. Stay in the fight," he said.
Congressman Pete Stauber, R-Duluth, joined many of his colleagues at the White House Wednesday, Jan. 29, as President Donald trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement into law.
A unique opportunity today to sign a piece of Enbridge's line 3 pipeline.
It was part of the "safest way" tour.
Along with allowing community members to sign part of the pipeline on their stop in Duluth today they also updated the community on Enbridge's efforts to replace the line 3 pipeline.
The line runs from Alberta to Superior carrying crude oil.
Congressman Pete Stauber and the Support Within Reach Sexual Violence Resource Center hosted a public forum on sex trafficking and exploitation Thursday morning at Itasca Community College.
The event featured different law enforcement agencies, advocacy groups, and Stauber as panelists. All of them have personally seen the trafficking and exploitation of innocent victims.
DULUTH – Jessica Smith’s story is woven into the fabric of centuries of trauma faced by Indigenous women. She stood before a theater of people Monday and told of the trafficking and abuse she faced — and how she found a way out.
DULUTH, MN -- A Duluth home that helps mothers-in-need wants to open their doors to more women and their babies.
However, the Star of the North Maternity home needs money to make that happen.
Friday, they got a visit from a local lawmaker who wants to lend a hand.
The facility, which runs solely off donations just opened last June.
DULUTH, MN -- Northland lawmakers are reacting to the news that an airstrike conducted by American forces killed Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani.
The deaths Soleimani and associates drew immediate cries for revenge from Tehran and a chorus of appeals from other countries for reduced tensions between Iran and the United States.
Nearly 30 million Americans have some type of diabetes. In Minnesota, about 466,638 people, or 10.5 percent of the adult population, face the considerate health risks that come with the disease in addition to paying about $300 for a vial of insulin here.
Stauber spent a half hour with the News Tribune Editorial Board this month. Sure, there were digs at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former President Barack Obama, and other Democrats. But Stauber spent far more time plugging political cooperation that’s sadly too rare in our nation’s capital.
Why would a freshman Republican congressman work with one of GOP’s primary targets for 2020?