Category Archives: News

21 Apr
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Breaking the Ice: House seat is latest venture for ‘sharecrop kid’

Originally published in Minnesota Lawyer on April 21, 2017.  Name: Duane Sauke Title: Representative, District 25B Education: B.A., music education, Luther College Serving in the state House of Representatives is a third career for first-term Rep. Duane Sauke, DFL-Rochester, after ...

08 Apr
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Our View: Direct card workers should get pay raise

Last week, Rochester got a warning. Several home and community-based services — ABC, Possabilities, Cardinal, Bear Creek Services, Wing House, Hiawatha Homes, and ARSYS — joined forces for a press conference about the state of their industry. Their conclusion? A ...

07 Apr
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House gop must take action on bonding bill

By Rep. Duane Sauke, District 25B Serving as a freshman legislator on the House Capital Investment Committee has been both eye-opening and infuriating. I ran for office on a pledge to put my skills into action and get results. During ...

06 Apr
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In-Depth at 6:30: Frustration over Lack of Bonding Bill Movement

(ABC 6 News) — Representative Duane Sauke is sharing frustration over the fact that the bonding bill has had little to no movement in the Minnesota House of Representatives.  

06 Apr
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Column: House GOP must take quick action on bonding bill

Rep. Duane Sauke COLUMN Minnesota House of Representatives District 25B 651-296-9249 –rep.duane.sauke@house.mn 287 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN 55155   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Mike Molzahn 651-296-1774   April 6, 2017 COLUMN: HOUSE GOP MUST TAKE QUICK ACTION ON ...

23 Mar
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Debate ramps up over transportation funding

ST. PAUL — House Republicans on Tuesday unveiled a transportation funding package that would spend $2 billion over the next two years without raising the gasoline tax. “Minnesotans have spoken loudly and clearly that they don’t want to have their ...

17 Mar
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Will ‘Bridges to Healthcare’ stay open?

ST. PAUL — Supporters of a Rochester program that helps train low-income students for careers in healthcare warned lawmakers on Wednesday that without state support, the program may need to close. “Without (the money), to be honest, we will need ...