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  • Support SF 32 to protect Minnesotans privacy in the digital age
    January 22, 2015

    Unconstitutional surveillance by state and local law enforcement can stop with your help. Senator Petersen has authored a bill, SF32, to restore the 4th amendment that extends data privacy to electronic communication via a constitutional amendment. While it would not stop the federal government from collecting warrantless information, this measure can stop it's use at the state level.
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    New Year’s Resolution - Office Building Fund
    January 5, 2015

    Help us make a necessary and important step to properly grow the party by moving us into an office! This is a professional setting located centrally in the metro. Perfect to suit our staff, volunteers/interns and event hosting. We are very excited about the opportunity and feel it is the right time to expand to an office ahead of 2016.
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  • Eric Garner died while being arrested by police in Staten Island
    Police brutality and criminal justice following the Eric Garner tragedy
    December 9, 2014

    The tragedy of deaths such as Eric Garner, and the subsequent refusal of a Grand Jury to indict the officer involved in his death, highlights several related systemic problems we have in the United States. Until we address all of these issues, tragedies like Garner's will continue to happen.
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    Why the Low Voter Turnout?
    November 28, 2014

    What would fix elections is a free market competition, in politics. The same excitement and involvement that the free market generates in other areas would be transferred to politics. This would include having third parties in the debates and allowing more major parties other than boring “Pepsi” and “Coke.” Not only do citizens need to acknowledge that our system of elections is flawed, but that the suggestions to remedy it by the Star Tribune are flawed as well.
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    How Chicken Salad Saved My Life
    November 21, 2014

    I was a divorced mother of a young child. I had just lost my (crappy) job, worried about becoming homeless, and I had $37 to my name. In that situation some people look to government to save them. Me? I found my salvation in chicken salad.
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