According to the Star Tribune article State's Republicans promise compromise, the new leadership in the Minnesota House isn't burying its lack of interest in pursue what Browns Valley conservative representative Jeff Backer calls "repairing" "immoral" legislation.
The Strib reports:
Republican leadership and rank-and-file members say they do not expect to pass a bevy of conservative wish list measures that would face certain death in the Senate. That could cement DFL policy victories of the past two years, including a higher minimum wage; the income tax increase on the rich; legalization of gay marriage, and MNsure, the state health exchange.
But Backer isn't sharing that Strib article with his fans on his campaign Facebook page. Instead, he's posted Minn. GOP puts focus on rural issues in state House reorganization wherein Patrick Condon reports that Daudt is using place-baiting as an organizational strategy.
Will the House District 12A social conservatives who are promising to judge Backer by his commitment to making "repairing" morals over roads notice the omission? Or are their concerns just road kill on the path to power?
Photo: Jeff Backer (R-Browns Valley), Minnesota House District 12A representative-elect.
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