Posted at 1:36 PM on January 18, 2012
by Tim Pugmire
Filed under: MN Legislature
Longtime state Rep. Mindy Greiling, DFL-Roseville, announced today that she will not seek re-election this November.
Grieling is serving her 10th term in the Minnesota House, where she's focused on education issues and mental health reform. She served as chair of the House Education Finance Committee for four years, and is currently the DFL lead on that committee.
In a news release, Greiling said it has been an honor an privilege to serve her district.
"I was proud to lead the legislative charge in the Minnesota House of Representatives to reform and properly fund our mental health system," Greiling said. "We increased funding more than in any other legislative session in the history of our state."
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