Voting Records

What We Track
We track key conservation bills and inform Minnesotans of their legislators' decisions.
Recent Votes & Actions
House voted Yes
Yes = 11742 Republicans | 75 DemocratsNo = 1717 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means industrial use of trichloroethylene in Minnesota is banned by June 1, 2022.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6634 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 11 Republican

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means industrial use of trichloroethylene in Minnesota is banned by June 1, 2022.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3030 DemocratsNo = 3635 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a no means

A “no” vote would not add the amendment to the environment omnibus bill and therefore would not phase out TCE from most industrial uses in Minnesota.

House voted Yes
Yes = 8410 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 4343 Republicans

What a yes means

A "Yes" vote means - the Omnibus Bill passes and the state’s environmental and natural resource agencies are funded and programs like "No Child Left Inside," "Lawns to Legumes," the AIS watercraft surcharge and the School Trust lands are created and improved.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6133 Republicans | 28 DemocratsNo = 52 Republicans | 3 Democrats

What a yes means

A "Yes" vote means the Omnibus Bill passes and the state’s environmental and natural resource agencies are funded and programs like "No Child Left Inside," "Lawns to Legumes," the AIS watercraft surcharge and the School Trust lands are created and improved.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6634 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 0

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote on HF 359 would add more items like mattresses to the list of products that are forbidden from containing harmful flame-retardant chemicals.

House voted Yes
Yes = 12551 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 55 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote on HF 359 would add more items like mattresses to the list of products that are forbidden from containing harmful flame-retardant chemicals.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3232 DemocratsNo = 3535 Republicans

What a no means

A “No” vote means a new tax credit would not be created and farmers and landowners would not be compensated for riparian buffers

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6634 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 11 Republican

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means industrial use of trichloroethylene in Minnesota is banned by June 1, 2022.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3030 DemocratsNo = 3635 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a no means

A “no” vote would not add the amendment to the environment omnibus bill and therefore would not phase out TCE from most industrial uses in Minnesota.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6133 Republicans | 28 DemocratsNo = 52 Republicans | 3 Democrats

What a yes means

A "Yes" vote means the Omnibus Bill passes and the state’s environmental and natural resource agencies are funded and programs like "No Child Left Inside," "Lawns to Legumes," the AIS watercraft surcharge and the School Trust lands are created and improved.

Senate voted Yes
Yes = 6634 Republicans | 32 DemocratsNo = 0

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote on HF 359 would add more items like mattresses to the list of products that are forbidden from containing harmful flame-retardant chemicals.

Senate voted No
Yes = 3232 DemocratsNo = 3535 Republicans

What a no means

A “No” vote means a new tax credit would not be created and farmers and landowners would not be compensated for riparian buffers

Senate voted No
Yes = 292 Republicans | 27 DemocratsNo = 3833 Republicans | 5 Democrats

What a no means

A “No” vote means industrial facilities get an automatic 16-year grace period from addressing water quality discharge problems.

Senate voted No
Yes = 332 Republicans | 31 DemocratsNo = 3433 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a no means

The DNR’s state parks and trails funding will be shifted into the Environment & Natural Resources Trust Fund and numerous projects recommended by the LCCMR will be eliminated.

Senate voted No
Yes = 332 Republicans | 31 DemocratsNo = 3433 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a no means

A “No” vote means Trust Fund dollars are used to backfill budget cuts and fund projects not recommended by the LCCMR.

House voted Yes
Yes = 11742 Republicans | 75 DemocratsNo = 1717 Republicans

What a yes means

A “yes” vote means industrial use of trichloroethylene in Minnesota is banned by June 1, 2022.

House voted Yes
Yes = 8410 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 4343 Republicans

What a yes means

A "Yes" vote means - the Omnibus Bill passes and the state’s environmental and natural resource agencies are funded and programs like "No Child Left Inside," "Lawns to Legumes," the AIS watercraft surcharge and the School Trust lands are created and improved.

House voted Yes
Yes = 12551 Republicans | 74 DemocratsNo = 55 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote on HF 359 would add more items like mattresses to the list of products that are forbidden from containing harmful flame-retardant chemicals.

House voted No
Yes = 5353 RepublicansNo = 7373 Democrats

What a no means

A “No” vote means pollinator-friendly plants must be correctly labeled and consumers are informed if plants have been exposed to pesticides that could harm pollinators.

House voted No
Yes = 5454 RepublicansNo = 7373 Democrats

What a no means

A “No” vote means penalties are increased for pesticide applicators that allow pesticides to drift on to state wildlife lands.

House voted Yes
Yes = 7474 DemocratsNo = 5958 Republicans | 1 Democrat

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote supports the clean energy-related policies listed above by moving the bill into conference committee to be reconciled with the senate’s bill.

House voted Yes
Yes = 10634 Republicans | 72 DemocratsNo = 1616 Republicans

What a yes means

A “Yes” vote means important infrastructure projects like the Andover landfill cleanup and wastewater treatment projects are financed with regular state bonds so they can move forward immediately. Also, the projects are less expensive because the state will receive lower interest rates and the integrity of the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund is protected.