Money could help improve homes before going on market
Sometimes, when things are working well, you have to wonder why people want to change the way things work. Such is the case with lawmakers in Madison, who want to...
More than expected from the first meeting of the Weigent Hogan neighborhood
Bring it back for another vote, and allow some changes to be made...
That's what Congressman Tim Walz is calling on House leadership to do with a new farm bill passed yesterday. The bill was narrowly approved along party lines, and Minnesota Democrat Walz isn't happy with how the measure was handled.
Walz is upset that at the same time Congress is looking for ways to save money, the farm bill includes subsidies to promote farming on poor quality land.