Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, questioned U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on the need for a predictable farm safety net, reliable USDA NIFA grants and strong partnership from the federal government.
U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, D-Eagan, had her bill, the Payment Integrity Information Act of 2019, signed into law by President Donald Trump on Monday. Craig said in a press release that the bill delivers on her promise to fight for all Minnesotans by protecting their hard-earned taxpayer dollars.
Today, Rep. Angie Craig announced that her bipartisan bill, The Payment Integrity Information Act of 2019, has been signed into law by President Donald Trump. This bill delivers on Rep. Craig’s promise to fight for all Minnesotans by protecting their hard-earned taxpayer dollars.
The No. 1 thing I hear across Minnesota’s Second Congressional District is if health care isn’t affordable, it’s not accessible. I grew up the daughter of a single mother. I remember a time when we didn’t have health insurance, and my little sister got sick. I remember the stack of unpaid bills growing with every passing month. That story still reflects the lives of too many Minnesotans today.
All of these ideas will help make Minnesotans’ health care more affordable and more accessible right now. I spend day after day fighting to find ways to compromise and work together with colleagues in both parties in order to advance these bills and ideas — because the health of Minnesotans is, and always will be, my top priority as your representative in the United States Congress.
By: Andrew Deziel2/27/2020 A bipartisan group of legislators have introduced a bill that would make Minnesota the first state in the nation to embrace E15, or gasoline with 15% ethanol, as the standard. The bill was introduced Monday in the House by Rep. Jeanne Poppe, DFL-Austin, and in the Senate by Sen. Torrey Westrom, R-Elbow Lake. Poppe and Westrom serve […]
Reps. Angie Craig, D-Minn., and Jackie Speier, D-Calif., honored two children's books by reading them aloud on the House floor Thursday morning.
Hoping to learn how the United States-Mexico-Canada trade deal is impacting businesses in her district, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, MN-2, hosted a roundtable discussion Monday in Pine Island. "I called us together so I can learn a little bit more from your perspective what you see as the most important parts of USMCA," Craig said, opening the discussion with representatives from various agricultural, manufacturing and transportation businesses.
With the recent roll out of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Minnesota Congresswoman Angie Craig is looking to see how the trade deal is impacting her district. She meet with members from the wine, trucking and farming industries on Monday and the overall reaction from those in attendance is that the USMCA is helping.
U.S. Senators Tina Smith (D-Minn.), Doug Jones (D-Ala.) and Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), and U.S. Representative Angie Craig (D-MN 2) lauded the USDA for filling the new role of rural health liaison to help improve rural health care--something the bipartisan group of senators pushed to include in the Farm Bill and Craig advocated for.