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Republican Congressman Pete Stauber and two members of his staff joined a local father and son for the “Congress on Your Corner” event, along with a visitor from the Moorhead area who decided to attend after a golf outing near Duluth was rained out.
DULUTH, MN– Congressman Pete Stauber (MN-08) visited Duluth Wednesday, taking part in a rural healthcare round table.
Stauber joined other key health care players to hash out some of the biggest needs, including finding ways to help the Northland’s most rural hospitals stay competitive.
On Thursday Congressman Pete Stauber (MN-08) and Congressman Collin Peterson (MN-07) introduced the Gray Wolf State Management Act of 2019, which would return the management of the gray wolf to state control.
On Friday morning, Minnesota Congressman Pete Stauber released a statement in support of the Trump administration having announced the repeal of an Obama-era clean water regulation, known as the Waters of the United States rule, which had placed limits on potentially polluting chemicals that could be used in various bodies of water.
Stauber went to Lake Superior State University there, playing hockey and living in a dorm overlooking the Soo Locks.
“Today, mining and labor come together to define our future,” Stauber stated in a news release. “This Project Labor Agreement for Twin Metals will allow Minnesota’s future workforce to safely mine the copper, nickel, cobalt and platinum group elements that power our modern world.
But there are tweets confirming the group's arrival and some of its movements. This coming after Thursday's action to bar U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country for similarly planned visits this weekend.
Stauber tweeted from Jerusalem on Wednesday — a photo of himself standing in front of the cornerstone of the U.S. Embassy.
As dangerous adversaries continue to pose a threat to the United States and our allies, ensuring the readiness of our military and a strong national defense is more important than ever. That’s where the F-35 Lightning II fighter jet comes in.
The F-35 fighter jet is known as being the most advanced aircraft in the world. Rep. Pete Stauber and community leaders tried a simulated version of it at Cirrus Aircraft Friday and talked about the potential of getting F-35's in the 148th Fighter Wing.
When they first opened up the can of worms, it had a planned shelf life of 50 years.