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    John Kline Nominates 21 Minnesota Students to U.S. Service Academies

    John Kline honored 21 students from Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District at a ceremony in his Burnsville office to recognize his nominees to the U.S. Service Academies for the class of 2020. “I am continually impressed with the quality of officers coming from our nation’s service academies and remain committed to nominating the best possible candidates from Minnesota’s 2nd District,” said Kline, a 25-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.

    John Kline's Response to the President's State of the Union.

    Minnesota Congressman John Kline issued the following statement tonight in response to the President’s State of the Union address.

    Deadline for John Kline’s Congressional App Challenge is Thursday, January 21

    Minnesota Congressman John Kline is reminding high school students in Minnesota’s 2nd District that the deadline so submit entries for his Congressional App Challenge is Thursday, Jan. 21.

    President Signs Bipartisan Bill John Kline Helped Champion to Reform K-12 Education

    House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline issued the following statement after President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (S. 1177), a bipartisan, bicameral bill to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act into law.

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    2015 Year in Review

    John Kline: "Serving our great nation for 25 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and 13 years in Congress has been an honor and a privilige. With the new year upon us, I invite you to check out my 'Year in Review,' highlighting some of the work we accomplished together in 2015."

    Replacing No Child Left Behind, Restoring Local Control in Our Schools

    After years of congressional delay and executive overreach, Congress is finally replacing No Child Left Behind. But more importantly, we are replacing the old approach of education with the new approach that will help every child in every school receive an excellent education. The President on Dec. 10 signed into law the bill Kline championed.

    More Work to Be Done For the Next 14 Months

    In case you missed it, John Kline announced recently that he will not be seeking re-election in November, 2016. After a memorable 25-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps and almost 13 years in Congress, serving our great nation has been an honor and a privilege. But he wants his constituents to know he looks forward to dutifully and nobly serving through December, 2016.

    Attention High School Students: Participate in Kline's Congressional App Challenge

    In an effort to showcase the technological talents of students in Minnesota’s 2nd District, John Kline is hosting a Congressional App Challenge for high school students. The Congressional App Challenge was created because Congress recognizes that science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills are essential for economic growth and innovation. The deadline to participate is Jan. 21, 2016.

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    ‘We have a responsibility to support this bill and I believe the President has a responsibility to sign it’

    Minnesota Congressman John Kline, the Chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee, offered remarks Jan. 6 in support of the “Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act,” legislation that eliminates the core provisions of ObamaCare that have hurt families, businesses, schools, and patients. The legislation Congress passed will rein in our nation’s deficit by roughly half a trillion dollars.

    On Bill Bennett, Kline Discusses Effort to Replace No Child Left Behind

    John Kline visits with Bill Bennett about the bipartisan bill he is championing to replace No Child Left Behind and restore local control to our schools.

    On Hugh Hewitt, Kline Discusses Effort to Replace No Child Left Behind

    John Kline speaks with Hugh Hewitt about the bipartisan bill he is championing to replace No Child Left Behind and restore local control to our schools.

    On Minnesota Public Radio with Tom Weber, Kline Discusses Effort to Replace No Child Left Behind

    John Kline speaks with MPR reporter Tom Weber about the bipartisan bill he is championing to replace No Child Left Behind and restore local control to our schools.