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CARRIE RUUD

Ruud recognized the importance of documenting the location of the state’s limited supply of raw construction materials and bringing those locations into the planning and zoning process.
The award is given upon retirement to legislators who had a particularly positive impact on Greater Minnesota cities during their legislative careers.
It's not in any conservatives best interest to have John Ward on your side.
Chosen legislators are honored for specific actions that aided efforts of Minnesota cities during the past year’s state legislative session.

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If we want to save democracy and get our government to work for us again, it’s up to each one of us to do our homework and research, ask all candidates the tough questions and support those who will work for and by all of the people, no matter what political stripes we wear.
Earlier this year, I announced my retirement, effective Dec. 31, 2002. Until then, I will remain the sitting senator for Senate District 10 and will continue my service to Aitkin and Crow Wing counties.
This bill appropriates $159 million to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Fund to fund 42 high-priority conservation projects across the state.
Minnesota Public Television Association President Patty Mester presented Ruud with the award.
Sen. Carrie Ruud listens, she is respectful of all, she displays integrity and honesty which leads to trustworthiness, she takes actions and gets things done, she works tirelessly, she tries to help those who contact her and she works as a team player.
Ruud’s announcement on Monday, May 2, comes a month after she failed to gain the endorsement of local Republican delegates in the new Senate District 6. They instead selected state Sen. Justin Eichorn, R-Grand Rapids. Eichorn and Ruud were seated into the same district following the once-in-a-decade redistricting process prompted by the U.S. Census.

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The program would be available at no cost to Minnesota residents and would address the workforce shortage in the industry by providing free training resources to build the knowledge of new and incoming hospitality workers.
The bill would require a photo ID to vote, would establish provisional ballots, and would prohibit certain methods of compensation related to absentee voting.
The legislation seeks to improve snowmobile safety by increasing penalties and fines given to snowmobile operators who knowingly leave trails to trespass on private property.

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