On Sunday, Sen. Al Franken presented Noggle’s family with the Purple Heart, an honor he was awarded in 1962 but his family never received. His family said the honor does much more than give them closure.
The celebration had become so customary, Brad Frost decided it was time to give it a twist. The Gophers defeated Harvard 4-1 on Sunday to win their third NCAA women’s hockey title in four years, celebrating the triumph before an announced sellout crowd of 3,400 at Ridder Arena.
Four Senate Democrats want new rules for advertising companies that track where people go online. The lawmakers on Thursday introduced legislation that would allow people to get access to and control the files that the companies — known as “data brokers” — keep on them.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken said opponents of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) raised a “ridiculous” argument at the Supreme Court Wednesday when they told the justices that the nation’s health care reform law does not allow premium-lowering tax credits in 34 states where the federal government runs insurance exchanges.
“I was actually there when the law was written and passed,” Franken told a press conference after the oral arguments. “I know what our intention was.”