MINNESOTA: Not so "nice" (when it comes to Israel)?


According to Minnesota Democrats Exposed, "today, an officer of the DFL [Democratic Farmer Labor Party] Progressive Caucus, Elisabeth Geschiere, proposed a resolution that the State of Minnesota must divest from all Israeli bond investments. Here is the tweet announcing the passage of the resolution":



Upon this news, Luke M. Hellier wrote a to all of the DFL candidates for Governor:
Dear DFL Candidate,

Earlier today some news was sent to me that the DFL Progressive Caucus passed a resolution stating “that the state of Minnesota shall divest from all Israel bond investments.”

Due to the actions of the Progressive Caucus the voters of Minnesota should be made aware if your campaign supports divestment from Israel.

If you were elected Governor this fall would you support such a resolution to end Minnesota’s investment in Israel?

I appreciate your response.
Sincerely,
Luke M. Hellier
MinnesotaDemocratsExposed.com
Hopefully Luke will keep us posted. Thanks to @mzkirkpatrick for the tip.

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