Letter about why does Sen. Miller vote against our interest?…
To the Editor,
Once again, Sen. Miller has voted against the economic and public safety interests of our district, all while hiding behind bad faith straw man arguments. Why would Sen. Miller do this?
A wide coalition of conservative and progressive groups have supported “Driver’s License for all” as a commonsense reform that benefits all Minnesotans, keeping them safer on the roads and increasing economic activity. This law has been broadly supported by the business community, by the law enforcement community, and by the agricultural community. Yet Sen. Miller wrongly states that the new law will allow votes to be cast illegally. He also neglected to mention that adding language “not for voting purposes” to a driver’s license was opposed by law enforcement groups as it would lead to more discrimination. Sen. Miller wasn’t even in the Senate Chamber as the bill was being debated.
Again, it is important to ask why would Sen. Miller vote against this bill? If you vote against making our roads safer, increasing economic activity, and helping farmers, why are you in public service? It seems that Sen. Miller is more interested in being against Democrats than in being for us, his constituents.