US Senator: Amy Klobuchar: Minnesota: Democrat
Amy Klobuchar : The first elected woman as the USA senate in Minnesota. She grew up in Minnesota, where her father, Jim Klobuchar, was a newspaperman and her mother, Rose Klobuchar, was an elementary school teacher.
Amy graduated from Wayzata High School where she was also the Valedictorian. Later, she graduated from Yale University and University of Chicago Law School.
Senator Amy has shown exceptional devotion to the people of Minnesota. She has and will fight for their betterment. The Rights of people of the Minnesota is her first commitment.
Senator Klobuchar made sure to keep the toxic foreign product off the Minnesota shores . Passing the one of the most significant consumer product safety legislation. Not only that, Klobuchar also fought to obtain full funding to rebuild the I-35W Bridge. The bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River.
She also introduced legislation to crack down on “pay-for-delay” agreements that keep generic drugs off the market. Also as the Ranking member on the Judiciary Sub-Committee on Antitrust, Competition Policy, and Consumer Rights, she worked to protect the consumers from any anti-competitive behavior and also made sure the businesses competed on a level playing field.
In the senate, she led a successful effort to pass bipartisan sex trafficking legislation. She also played a significant role on the reauthorization of the violence Against Women Act.
Even before being elected to any public office, the Senator actively advocated for successful passage. One of the first laws in the nation that guaranteed 48-hour hospital stays for the new mothers and their babies.
Overall Senator has built her reputation to help strengthen the economy and support for families, workers and businesses.
Before serving in the Senate, Amy Klobuchar headed the largest prosecutor’s office in Minnesota for eight years. Her safe schools initiative, community prosecution efforts, and criminal justice reforms earned national awards. From both the Bush and Clinton Justice Departments.
On 2014, Senate Agriculture Committee, of which Klobuchar was part of, reached an agreement on a long-term Farm bill. Later in 2015, Amy was appointed as the Chair of the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach committee. After taking the leadership position as a chair, she brought together Senators, businesses, community leaders and policy experts to develop a common policy to foster the development of the country.
She also serves as the Ranking Senate member of Joint Economic committee and on the President’s Export Council. There, she helped businesses with the necessary requirements to create more jobs. In order to boost funds for STEM education for American students, she authored the legislation to pass an amendment. Which help to lead successful national initiatives to boost American tourism.
Senator Amy has been exceptional with the devotion she has for her work for the people. She has been exemplary to facilitate the lives of people through her works in the legal sector.
Family of Amy Klobuchar
Her husband is John Bessler, who graduated from University of Minnesota, in 1993.They together has a daughter Abigail.