Working in Washington, DC
Senator Klobuchar and other members join President Obama for the signing of the Travel Promotion Act.
Senator Klobuchar, a former prosecutor and member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, greets Supreme Court Nominee Sonia Sotomayor at her confirmation hearing.
Senator Klobuchar Joins President Obama for the signing of the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act, which will protect taxpayers and help crack down on financial fraud.
At a press conference, Klobuchar called on the Senate to provide the government with the tools necessary to prosecute mortgage and corporate fraud that has helped contribute to the current economic conditions.
Klobuchar speaks in support of Eric Holder for Attorney General during a Judiciary Committee hearing.
Senator Klobuchar speaks with Agriculture Secretary nominee Tom Vilsack about the importance of a strong agricultural economy at Vilsack's confirmation hearing.
Senator Klobuchar joins her colleagues to champion the Senate passage of a measure to extend alternative energy tax credits.
Senator Klobuchar welcomed 14-year-old Liza Stoner of Minneapolis to the nation's capital after a 1,500-mile bike ride designed to increase public awareness for the need of the next generation of electric cars.
Klobuchar calls for an energy policy to help American consumers as they struggle to pay for skyrocketing gas prices.
As oil companies post record profits, Sen. Klobuchar outlines plans for immediate relief for American consumers and long-term solutions to reduce America's dependence on foreign oil.
Sen. Klobuchar questions the CEOs of Delta and Northwest during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee concerning the proposed merger of the two airlines.
Sen. Klobuchar speaks with college officials, including Jacqueline Johnson, the Chancellor of the U of M Morris, at a hearing Klobuchar chaired on the role of universities and colleges in battling climate change.
Senator Klobuchar's legislation to ban lead in children's products and keep toxic toys off store shelves passed the Senate on March 6.
Senator Klobuchar talks with Minnesotans attending her inauguration open house. The open house featured Minnesota foods ranging from Austin Spam puffs to Iron Range potica.
Senator Klobuchar congratulated Jose Hernandez of Minneapolis after he was awarded a medal from the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation for his heroic actions during the I-35W bridge collapse.
Sen. Klobuchar reads to a Brent Elementary School student as part of the Everybody Wins! DC program, which brings Senate members and staff together with local students for one-on-one reading and mentoring during the lunch hour
Sen. Klobuchar chairs a Commerce Committee hearing on her proposed "Cell Phone Consumer Empowerment Act"
The MN Farmers Union presents Sen. Klobuchar with the Golden Triangle Award for her leadership on behalf of farmers, ranchers, and rural communities
Sen. Klobuchar meets with the 2006 U.S. Nobel Laureates after their testimony before the Commerce Committee
Senator Klobuchar questions a witness at a congressional hearing
Senator Klobuchar speaks at a press conference on energy independence with Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle
Senator Klobuchar visits with a large group of Minnesota students on the steps of the U.S. Capitol
Senators Reid, Schumer and Casey listen to Senator Klobuchar as she discusses fuel efficient vehicles
Senator Klobuchar chairs a Senate Hearing on the Sandwich Generation
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