Minnesota Chamber of Commerce gives Brian Johnson a 100% rating The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, the state’s largest business advocacy organization, recently gave Rep. Brian Johnson a 100% rating on their 2014 legislative scorecard. The Chamber examined the voting records of every state legislator and found that Brian consistently supported a pro-jobs, pro-growth agenda. “I’m […]
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Minnesotans are still hurting from the Great Recession. Our neighboring states have enacted pro-growth policies and forced government to live within its means. The DFL and Governor Dayton however have responded by raising billions in new taxes and growing government at an unprecedented rate. Brian believes a new approach is needed to encourage job creation and […]
With over 26 years of law enforcement experience, Brian Johnson has made the safety of his community his life’s work. That’s why when the state announced that dozens of dangerous sex offenders would be transferred to a residential facility in Cambridge, Brian led the fight to stop it.
Minnesota has one of the best healthcare systems in the world. That’s why Brian is deeply concerned with the government’s attempt to “fix” it.
Brian strongly believes in the Second Amendment rights of the people of Minnesota. He is an avid sportsman and member of the NRA.
In 1960, if abortion is as prevalent then as it is today Brian may not be telling his story. His parents adopted him as an infant and raised him as their own. Brian supports protecting life and encouraging adoption.
Yesterday, Governor Dayton announced that his administration will temporarily suspend the transfer of dangerous sex offenders to a less secure facility in Cambridge. This comes after months of work by many strong leaders in our community to bring the concerns of our citizens to the Governor’s attention. Governor Dayton is asking the legislature to review […]
On Wednesday night, the House passed legislation that raises taxes on all hardworking Minnesotans by nearly $2.7 billion. All Republicans and several Democrats voted against the bill, which narrowly passed. House Democrats do not have the best interests of our area in mind, and cannot resist growing the size of government to historic levels. […]
Friends, The legislature is back at work after our Easter/Passover break. For the next month, each committee will be working on their piece of the state budget puzzle. As you know, my DFL colleagues that control the House and Senate have proposed spending over $39 billion in the next two years, a large increase over […]