A Minnesota post office will be changing its name to honor a long-time congressman. President Biden signed a bill into law over the weekend that renames the post office in Wayzata after U-S Representative Jim Ramstad. The Senate passed the measure sponsored by Senator Amy Klobuchar and current 3rd District Congressman Dean Phillips in late July. Ramstad died last November following a battle with Parkinson’s disease at age 74. Ramstad represented the western suburbs in the U-S House from 1991 until 2009. The Minnesota Republican co-sponsored the landmark Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Parity Act.
MN post office will be changing its name to honor long-time congressman Ramstad
By Minnesota News Network|2021-08-10T05:38:26-05:00August 10th, 2021|