STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER House votes to increase Minnesotans who get health care
By Don Davis
More than 35,000 low-income Minnesotans would gain health-care coverage under a bill the House approved Monday.
Rep. Tom Huntley, DFL-Duluth, said the federal government would pick up m... Posted on 2/11/13 at 6:41 PM
The Minnesota Department of Commerce Division of Energy Resources wants low-income Minnesotans, especially seniors, people with disabilities and families with children, to know that grant funds are still available to help pay their heating bills.
State Representative Mary Franson (R-Alexandria) joined the majority in the Minnesota House of Representatives in approving a disaster relief package that will assist flood and storm victims in northern and central Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce, Office of Energy Security (OES) reports that Minnesota will receive an additional $56.3 million in federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) funds for the Minnesota Energy Assistance Program (EAP).
Minnesota college-bound veterans and service members are finding more help than ever before as they continue their education, especially during what can be a difficult transition back into civilian life after deployment.
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