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”They have consistently visited and brutally killed predominantly Christian natives in the North Central Region including some parts of the South and North of the country. has said Nigerians are not being fair in their judgment and assessment of the Eight Assembly. D-Minn. released in her capacity as vice chairwoman of the US Congress Joint Economic Committee“My report confirms what so many Minnesota families and businesses felt firsthand last winter: The propane shortage had significant financial consequences” Klobuchar said “Minnesotans rely heavily on propane to keep warm during the brutally cold winter months That’s why I worked with Sen John Thune (of South Dakota) to pass bipartisan legislation to help address future shortages and I will continue to work to make sure this vital energy source is readily available for consumers”Last winter’s propane shortage was brought on by a variety of factors Users noticed a price that in some cases quadrupledMinnesota officials are optimistic that such a shortage and price spike will not happen this winter but a task force that has met several times since spring is making preparations just in caseOn the federal level Klobuchar and her colleagues passed legislation to give governors more authority during a propane emergency and required the Energy Information Administration to provide early warnings if it appears propane could be in short supplyAnother Klobuchar bill streamlines transportation to communities affected by a shortageKline vs MaherResidents of the 2nd Congressional District on the south edge of the Twin Cities and further south may have thought Mike Obermueller was US Rep John Kline’s election opponentMaybe not so much His real opponent may be well-known comedian and late-night television host Bill MaherKline was the "winner" of Maher’s "Flip a District" contest because he blames Kline chairman of the House education committee for high student loan debt "We want to highlight student loan debt as being an incentive for students who often do not vote in the midterms to register and vote” HBO “Real Time” executive producer Scott Carter told PoliticoMaher is expected to turn up in Kline’s district a couple of times but Cater said he will not campaign for ObermuellerThe Washington Post questions Maher’s battle against Kline since national election handicappers give Obermueller little chance to win (although he has played up the Maher decision) National Democrats are not targeting Kline for defeat the Post pointed out and two years ago when he was a target he still received 54 percent of the vote“As promised Maher is turning his liberal guns on our districts and using his TV megaphone and million-dollar war chest to defeat me in November” Kline wrote in an email to supportersMinnesota helps tree probeThe Minnesota Department of Agriculture helped crack a case of why trees were dyingThe department first began hearing about mysterious tree deaths in 2011 and tied them to Imprelis herbicide In the years since Minnesota and other states worked with the federal Environmental Protection Agency which just fined herbicide maker DuPont $18 million because Imprelis was not properly labeled and the company did not tell federal officials about potential problems“The MDA laboratory played a critical national role in developing methods to test for Imprelis in samples collected from yards and landscapes" the Agriculture Department’s Joe Zachmann said "MDA investigations provided EPA with a significant amount of data showing the damage Imprelis had caused to trees throughout the Midwest"Cases of tree damage and death from Imprelis were widespread in the Midwest especially Indiana Illinois Michigan Minnesota Ohio and Wisconsin3 debates plannedThe subject line in an email from Minnesota’s Republican US Senate candidate read: "More false attacks — and still no debates"But Mike McFadden’s email to supporters was sent after he and US Sen Al Franken had agreed to a trio of debates McFadden wants at least three more debates but as most challengers he at least has accepted what the incumbent will give himThe campaigns agreed to debates:A McFadden spokeswoman said her candidate wants more greater Minnesota debates A Franken spokeswoman said the three debates plus an early-August Farmfest forum is about the same as normal in Minnesota US Senate racesDavis covers Minnesota government and politics for Forum News Service Read his blog at http://s.capitolchatareavoicescom/ and follow him on Twitter at @CapitolChatterGulak Special Adviser on Political Matters to the President Goodluck Jonathan Mr Ahmed Gulak yesterday admonished the former president chief Olusegun Obasanjo to stop distracting Jonathan by dabbling into his political future in stead of putting all hands on deck in delivering his electoral promises to Nigerians with him His statement came shortly against the backdrop of feelers in political circles that OBJ as he’s fondly called has ‘anointed’ Governors Sule Lamido of Jigawa and Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers states as President and Vice President in 2015 presidential elections Gulak said “If it is true that Obasanjo is fronting Lamido and Amaechi for 2015 I assume it is not true I would say that he has his own right But the question is in what capacity would he do that “Is it as the father of the nation or the President of Nigeria or what First Obasanjo is not the president of Nigeria and secondly although he is one of our leaders nobody has arrogated the monopoly of anointing candidates to him “Having said that if it is true that Obasanjo has done what has been credited to him then it is safe to say that he is not fair to this country and I believe that what this country needs to do is to deliver on the promises made to the electorate in 2011″ “Obasanjo was part of the system from 1976 to 1979 and then from 1999 to 2007 Obasanjo should play the role of a father-figure to advise and not to keep on pock- nosing into the affairs of the nation by choosing people who should run and who should not “He had played his role everybody gave him their support One good turn deserves another It is therefore incumbent on him to support President Goodluck Jonathan to deliver on his electoral promises to the people and not to distract the system by stirring the political waters unnecessarily “When we reach the bridge we shall cross it But we are only in 2012 just one year after the last election Are we therefore telling Nigerians that everything is just about election Why are we relegating to the background our promises to the nation” Gulak queried angrily Speaking further Gulak noted that elders said to be opposed to the re-election of President Jonathan in 2015 as prescribed by law Gulak described the call as the ‘greatest joke of the century’ saying that nobody had the right to stop the President from contesting if he decides to do so in 2015 He said: “President Jonathan has that constitutional right and nobody can abridge it; it is left for him to decide whether to contest or not But no individual group or institution can take away that right if we agree we are running a constitutional and democratic government “It is his right to run or not No individual or group has the right to warn President Jonathan not to aspire to lead the nation as provided by the law of the land You can’t ask him not to pick the party’s nomination form “Nobody can intimidate President Goodluck Jonathan; absolutely nobody because by the grace of God he is the president of Nigeria The fact that the man is simple humble and does not abuse executive powers like some of our past leaders does not mean that he is weak” he declared On former FCT Minister Malam Nasir el-Rufai and former parliamentarian Dr Junaid Mohammed for recently asking Jonathan to honourably resign over his inability to solve the nation’s rising security challenges saying that they were not fit to speak for the north Dailypost gathered that since the news of Lamido’s endorsement broke over the week there was wild jubilation in all 27 LGs of the state Meanwhile Obasanjo has however refuted working towards installing anyone in the next polls saying he has been pre-occupied with more pressing national issues such as security poverty malaria polio and infant and maternal mortality to have time for politics Also Governor Amaechi had also debunked he was running with Lamido while some northern groups had received the news of Lamido’s choice with ecstasy "Since it is a citizen-Legislature I think we have to be conscientious and not give them such a raise that the normal average citizen would say ‘Wow’" said Diana Burlison one of the members of the councilLawmakers’ pay has not risen for nearly two decades That’s in large part because lawmakers feared voter backlash if they gave themselves a bump But a constitutional amendment approved last year took the power to set legislator salaries away from the lawmakers and gave it to the new citizen-driven council The constitutional amendment passed with 76 percent of the vote in NovemberMembers of the council—some appointed by Gov Mark Dayton and some by Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Gildea—are a mix of Republicans and Democrats and come from across the state They spent weeks delving into legislative salaries in Minnesota and other states and considered other benefits lawmakers receive Generally they concluded lawmakers who are theoretically part-time work about 70-percent-timeCONCERNS ABOUT PER DIEMMany of the council members said they were concerned about the per diem expense payments lawmakers receive The House per diem set by House members is $66 a day and the Senate per diem set by its members is $86 per day On average those per diems cost the state $2 million a yearThe salary increase could be higher "if we didn’t have the per diem" said council member David Metzen He suggested per diem payments which average about $7000 annually per lawmaker have been a "backdoor" salary bump for legislators"This per diem thing has to be addressed" he saidLawmakers are eligible to take per diem payments during sessions which generally last three to five months and can also be eligible for the expense payments in between the regular sessions To receive the payments they simply need to ask for it—they do not need to submit paperworkThe constitutional amendment did not give the council power over the per diem payments or other benefits—only salaries But the council made clear on Friday that it wants the Legislature to re-examine its per diem system and perhaps eliminate itAdditionally legislators who live outside the metro area get a housing allowance to help pay for their Capitol-area lodging And all legislators are eligible for health care and retirement benefits "I came in not knowing what the Legislature was paid even and found that it was a lot more complicated than I expected" said Tom Stinson the longtime now retired state economist who chairs the Legislative Salary CouncilCouncil members voted 13-1 on Friday to approve the raise Kenneth Wilmes was the lone vote against it"I was really hoping for something less than that" Wilmes saidThe council’s work is not done It still needs to agree on a final report and send that to the Legislature and the governor By law it must submit that report by March 31 The salary increase would take effect on July 1The Legislature still will debate the salaries because it needs to approve the funding On Monday the House will consider a measure to pay for whatever salaries the council setsHOW WILL THE PUBLIC REACTLegislative salaries—even at the higher level—make up only a tiny fraction of the state’s $45 billion budget But they get huge attentionCouncil member James Joy like others was aware of the impact of the work"When we come out with a $14000 increase it’s going to make headlines and we’re going to be not a popular group" he saidThe new salary according to council members and council documents keeps legislators’ salaries well below the median Minnesota household income and does not keep pace with inflation or the increase in congressional salaries since it was last set in 1999Asked about the salary increase House Ways & Means Committee chairman Jim Knoblach R-St Cloud said: "I don’t know what to say"House Speaker Kurt Daudt a Republican from near Crown had no comment a spokeswoman saidFreshman Rep Randy Jessup R-Shoreview said moving the salary up will be a good thing for some legislators but "it’s going to be dicey" to get the Legislature to approve the funding for the salaryDayton a Democrat who has long said the legislative salaries are too low was a fan of the upward direction of the pay grade"Good" he said Friday morning "Hopefully the Legislature will provide the funding necessary and we can get this off the backs of legislators who made the real commitment of time and finances in order to serve and they serve Minnesota very well"David Montgomery contributed to this report SME Inc. 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