Sean Nienow

To the editor I was surprised as anyone else about Senator Nienow owing us taxpayers $750,000.00. I’m also curious to know how the Small Business Administration backed a loan for $631,000.00 with a $120,000.00 house for collateral … friends in high places? If you or I tried to do that, the SBA would have laughed [...]

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by Rachel Kytonen rachel.kytonen@ecm-inc.com Sen. Sean Nienow, R-Cambridge, his wife Cynthia Nienow, and their company, National Camp Association Inc., have been named in a lawsuit filed Jan. 17 in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis. The civil complaint, signed by Acting United States Attorney John R. Marti, explains that around Jan. 16, 2009, the Small Business [...]

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by State Sen. Sean Nienow As many of you are likely aware, I have given significant attention in the last few years to public policies that involve issues relating to data privacy and individual rights. From drones to internet passwords, from health care to Second Amendment protections, my commitment has been protecting your rights to [...]

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by District 32B State Sen. Sean Nienow Last Monday’s historic vote legally sanctioning same-sex marriage comes on the heels of the unsuccessful vote last fall to prevent Minnesota Courts from redefining marriage as anything other than the union of one man and one woman. Despite telling Minnesotans that nothing would change if they voted “No” [...]

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To the editor Senator Sean Nienow has proven to be a knowledgeable leader defending the middle class who’ll be hit hardest by Obamacare taxes. Senator Nienow understands the complex Medicaid system and has worked the last two years uncovering massive waste, abuse, and potential fraud. Nienow’s dedicated persistence resulted in Governor Dayton finally agreeing that [...]

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To the editor It seems that our elected officials are continually asking to grade anyone who works in the public arena, especially our fine public school teachers.  Let’s apply that logic to our local elected officials Rep. Cravaack, Sen. Nienow, and Rep. Barrett.  First, one must show up.  Cravaack doesn’t even live here and Nienow [...]

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