Representative Kim Norton
Democratic-Farmer-Labor, District 25B
Kim Norton (born September 22, 1957) is a Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives representing District 29B, which is composed entirely of the northern portion of the city of Rochester in Olmsted County; located in the southeastern part of the state.
Norton first ran against incumbent Rep. Fran Bradley in 2004, an election she lost by 311 votes. She...
Capitol233 State Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. BoulevardSaint Paul, MN 55155-1298Phone651-296-9249
DistrictPost Office Box 6766Rochester, MN 55903Phone507-280-6273
Key Staff387 State Office Building 100 Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Junior BoulevardSaint Paul, MN 55155Phone651-296-2585
RolesHouse, session 2009-2010 House, session 2011-2012 House, session 2013-2014
- House Higher Education Finance and Policy Committee
- House Rules and Legislative Administration Committee
- House Capital Investment Committee
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Minn. House passes newborn blood sample bill
May 2Minn. House passes newborn blood sample bill
Rochester Democratic Rep. Kim Norton's proposal comes in the wake of a 2011 Supreme Court ruling and subsequent settlement that resulted in the destruction of more than 1 million blood samples stored under the Minnesota newborn screening program.Marshall Independent
Newborn screening bill passes House
May 2Newborn screening bill passes House
DFL Rep. Kim Norton's bill has to do with the state's 49-year-old newborn screening program. As part of that program, blood samples are collected from newborns during their first 48 hours of life and analyzed for more than 50 disorders. In the past ...
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HF 1683Foster care established for people with autism.
May 9, 2011
HF 1745Hormel Institute funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
May 20, 2011
HF 1758Sexual violence working group established, and school violence prevention cur...
May 22, 2011
HF 1776Market value homestead credit restored.
January 24, 2012
HF 1821Small business set-aside program changed for veteran-owned small businesses, ...
January 24, 2012
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Liberal/Democrat Under Reporting Threshold$65,297.00
Campaign Funding From Public Sources$24,476.00
Third Party Under Reporting Threshold$23,568.00
Democratic Party Committees$12,950.00
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