Lawmakers and commerce disagree

Five Northeastern Minnesota legislators voted against the preferred position of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce at least two-thirds of the time in the 2009 session, according to a recent chamber study.

The report took a sample of votes from omnibus spending bills to education, health care and energy.

The scorecard from The Minnesota Prosperity Project:

Sen. Yvonne Prettner Solon — 75 percent

Sen. Tom Baak — 72 percent

Rep. Mary Murphy — 92 percent

Rep. Roger Reinert — 84 percent

Rep. Tom Huntley — 76 percent

One thought on “Lawmakers and commerce disagree

  1. The Minnesota Legislature vs. the Chamber of Commerce. Can you possibly get two more worthless organizations paired off?

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