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MICHELLE FISCHBACH

Delegates to the House Seventh District Congressional convention in Willmar endorsed Jill Abahsain of Sauk Centre in their bid to unseat first-term incumbent Republican Michelle Fischbach
The first-term congresswoman represents Minnesota's Seventh District, covering much of western Minnesota.
The Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives passed the "Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act" on Thursday along party lines. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., and Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., voted against the bill, which faces a much harder path in the gridlocked Senate.
Shaw writes, "Some recent votes in Congress remind us that democracy is very much under siege. Those votes dealt with voting rights and the alarming Jan. 6 attack."

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Charles P. Nord, James A. Rogers Jr. and Kort M. Plantenberg were killed on Dec. 5, 2019, after the Blackhawk helicopter they were riding in experienced engine failure. The legislation aims to rename the post offices in Perham, Winstad and Avon, respectively, where the guardsmen were from.
Fischbach, a first-term Republican who represents northwestern Minnesota, last month proposed two bills, seeking to rename the post offices in Vergas and Oklee. In Oklee, Fischbach suggests, the facility should be named for Coya Knutson, the first woman elected to Congress from Minnesota; in Vergas, Fischbach hopes to see the post office named for Jon Glawe, a veteran and mail carrier.
Rep. Michelle Fischbach has proposed renaming two post offices in Minnesota's 7th District.
On Friday, Nov. 12, Rep. Michelle Fischbach led the Minnesota House delegation in proposing two bipartisan bills to rename post offices in the 7th District.
Several factors endanger our system of fairness and justice, columnist Jim Shaw says.
Haley said that Fischbach had a 'proven record of putting Minnesota's families and farmers first' during her tenure in office.

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The new Texas law bans abortion after about six weeks. It also allows private citizens to sue anyone who "aids and abets" an abortion, from a doctor at a clinic to those who help pay for the procedure.
By voting to keep the statues, Reps. Kelly Armstrong, Michelle Fischbach and Jim Hagedorn have betrayed the Minnesotans and others who fought to defend the United States of America.
Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., voted against the package, as did Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., and Reps. Michelle Fischbach and Pete Stauber, both of whom are Minnesota Republicans.

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