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Latest Tim Walz Items
Rep. Michele Bachmann stood at the front of a packed room, flashing a winning smile. With her Minnesota Vikings apron wrapped around her, she was campaigning one last time.
Rep. Tim Walz won the Minnesota congressional delegation's annual hotdish contest for the second year in a row. The Democrat's blend of bacon, ground turkey and other ingredients was declared the winner. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., started the contest four years ago.
The Minnesota congressman on a U.S. House subcommittee on rail safety is armed with input from city leaders, first responders and state agencies from his state and Wisconsin as he heads to a hearing on the issue in Washington D.C.
Congressman Tim Walz is urging his colleagues to support the five-year farm bill that's headed for a floor vote in the House on Wednesday.
House Republicans have introduced their version of a bill to ban insider trading by thousands of federal officials, and have added provisions to bar lawmakers convicted of a felony from collecting their government pensions.
Republicans have called on several House Democrats to return "tainted" campaign money they've received from embattled Rep. Anthony D. Weiner in an attempt to link the New Yorker's damaged reputation to others in his party.
More than 200 years after the first part was written, the Constitution produced standing ovations and strident but respectful debate as lawmakers from both parties read the government's founding document on the House floor in its entirety — or nearly so.