Articles & News : Carrie Ruud
Senator Ruud is co-author of S.F. 2357, a bill to increase funding for aquatic invasive species prevention and research by increasing the AIS surcharge on three year boat licenses. The AIS surcharge has not been increased since 1993.
Senator Carrie Ruud applauds bonding bill for restoring the integrity to the Environment and Natural Resource Trust Fund
Source: MN Senate Republican Caucus “Senator Carrie Ruud (R-Breezy Point) joined her colleagues on Monday to pass legislation to amend the 2018 bonding bill and restore the integrity of the Environment and Natural Resource Trust Fund. The bill, which passed… Continue reading
Senator Ruud is the chief author of S.F. 835, a bill to support local parks and trails.
Senator Ruud: Chief author of bill to prevent lottery funds from being raided to pay interest on bonding
Senator Ruud is the chief author of S.F. 63, a bill to prevent lottery funds from being raided to pay interest on bonding.
Ruud introduces bill to protect Environment and Natural Resource Trust Fund By Brainerd Dispatch Read More
Soil and Water Conservation Districts, while perhaps not as well-known as the DNR or PCA, are a vital component of a healthy environment by helping direct and manage natural resource programs in MinnesotaContinue reading
A bonding request would help fully fund a program that establishes conservation practices on private land using state and federal dollars, supporters sayContinue reading
A bill that would incentivize water-friendly salt application methods was approved as amended by the House Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Finance CommitteeContinue reading
Sen. Carrie Ruud, R-Breezy Point, was named Legislator of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts for her work in preserving Minnesota’s environment during the 2017 legislative sessionContinue reading
the Brainerd lakes area legislative delegation gave their take on how the recently completed 2017 session of the Minnesota Legislature played out for respective districtsContinue reading