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The U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district, serving since 2001.
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ENG: Betty Louise McCollum (born July 12, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district, serving since 2001. She is a member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL). The district centers on St. Paul, Minnesota's capital city. She is the second woman elected to Congress from Minnesota. Early life, education and career McCollum was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is the older sister to Anthony and Monica. She is divorced and has two children. McCollum has worked as a high school social sciences teacher and as a sales manager. She first got involved in politics in 1986, when her daughter got hurt on a slide in a North St. Paul city park. The city council wouldn't do anything to fix the slide, so McCollum's neighbors encouraged her to run for a spot ...
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Proposed DFL redistricting map irks McCollum


The Minnesota DFL Party submitted a congressional redistricting plan Friday that would place Democratic Rep. Betty McCollum into a district with GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann. Bachmann is currently running for the GOP presidential nomination, but hasn't ruled out another run for Congress. The plan has prompted McCollum's chief of staff to send an e-mail criticizing the proposal. "The DFL Chair and his high-paid lawyers have proposed a congressional map to the redistricting panel that is hyper-partisan and bizarre," McCollum's chief of staff Bill Harper said in the email. "Their plan ignores the ...


McCollum blames Tea Party for nation's political gridlock


Mary Leary, a small business owner from Mendota Heights, isn't much concerned with the volatility currently gripping Wall Street. The partisanship and structural gridlock in national American politics are what's on her mind.She was one of more than 100 who gathered in St. Paul Tuesday night for Congresswoman Betty McCollum's town hall meeting. "It's more of the gridlock that has become really, really bad," Leary said as she waited to see McCollum, a politician she admires. "It's lethal." Constituents worried about rollercoaster stock markets, near government default, a potentially broken ...


Betty McCollum: What's wrong with the TRAIN act


Congressmember Betty McCollum joined local environmentalists and representatives from the American Lung Association September 29 at Children’s Hospital in St. Paul in opposition to a bill recently passed by the U.S. House, which she said would delay the cleanup of dangerous mercury and toxic pollutants from power plants.The Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation Act was passed September 23. The TRAIN Act — which environmentalists are calling it the “train wreck”— will require a federal interagency committee to analyze the cumulative impact of ...


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McCollum Statement on Earth Day
Congresswoman Betty McCollum issued the following statement today in recognition of Earth Day: “Earth Day is a time to reflect on our efforts to protect the world’s irreplaceable resources – the air we breathe, the water we drink, the land we use, the biodiversity we depend on– for future generations. This Earth Day, I am proud of the support we have received from within the Fourth District and throughout the country for my bill, the National Park and Wilderness Waters Protection Forever Act. This important bill would protect the iconic Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) and Voyageurs National Park from the threats of sulfite mining activity. At the same time, I am disappointed by Congress’ failure to respond to climate change. The Paris Agreement and President Obama’s Clean Power Plan take important steps to address climate change and improve our air quality, but Congress must also act. As both a Congresswoman and as the Ranking Member of the Interior-Environmen
Art Competition Deadline Extended
To give more students the opportunity to participate, the deadline for submissions to Congresswoman Betty McCollum’s Congressional Art Competition has been extended to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 19. There has already been strong interest in this year’s contest, which is open to all high school students either attending school or residing in the Fourth Congressional District. In addition to the display of their artwork in the U.S. Capitol, the winner will receive two free airline tickets to Washington, D. C. to attend the exhibit’s opening. Runners-up will be displayed in Congresswoman McCollum’s offices in St. Paul and in Washington, D. C. For the first time, all entries will also be display at the Landmark Gallery in the Schmidt Artist Lofts during this year’s St. Paul Art Crawl, held April 22 to 24. Congresswoman McCollum recently discussed that exciting partnership with the City of St. Paul’s Nick Nelson here. Entries may be mailed or dropped off at the St. Paul office in
McCollum Stands Up For Human Rights In Remarks to Minnesota’s Oromo Community
WASHINGTON — This morning, Congresswoman Betty McCollum addressed a large delegation of the Minnesota Oromo community visiting Washington today to attend a briefing held by the United States House of Representative’s Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission. In her address, Congresswoman McCollum reiterated her concern about human rights abuses against the Oromo people in Ethiopia. Congresswoman McCollum delivered the following remarks: Greetings and welcome to Washington! Thank you for being here today in the U.S. House to add your voices to the cause of human rights in Ethiopia. The Lantos Human Rights Commission briefing today is an important step to informing and educating Congress about the unacceptable treatment of Oromos in Ethiopia. The current situation in Ethiopia must not be allowed to continue. The Oromo people are suffering and I share your concern. Peaceful protesters are being imprisoned, they are being tortured, they are being killed. The Ethiopian Government must be held
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Replies To McCollum's Letter on Protecting BWCA and Voyageurs
In a letter sent to Congresswoman Betty McCollum, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has written that he shares the Congresswoman’s concerns that “inappropriate mining could do irreparable damage” to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) and Voyageurs National Park. Vilsack also confirmed that the Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service is working closely with the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management to review mining lease renewals in the area and to analyze their potential impacts on the watershed. Dated March 31, Secretary Vilsack’s letter was in reply to Congresswoman McCollum’s February 2 letter sent to him, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, and Christina Goldfuss, the director of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. In that letter, Congresswoman McCollum urged the administration officials to protect the Bound Waters Canoe Area and Voyageurs National Park from sulfide-ore copper mining in the Rainy River Drainage Basin waters



 
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