DFL Caucus Goers Want Jobs and Personal Freedom By Bill Sorem | February 8, 2012 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Economy/Jobs Subscribe to Economy/Jobs Click on photo to hear what DFL caucus goers are concerned and optimistic about Click on photo to hear what DFL caucus goers are concerned and optimistic aboutDFL caucus attendees in SD 42 (Eden Prairie and south half of Minnetonka) were focused on jobs, keeping the economy growing and saying no to the proposed and threatened state constitutional amendments limiting freedom, disenfranchising voters and attacking unions. Most of the attention was on the so called Defense of Marriage Amendment that would constitutionally prohibit same sex marriages and the proposed Voter ID Amendment which would disenfranchise 200,000 Minnesota voters, Caucus turnout was less than 4 years ago, but the rooms were filled with enthusiasm. Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak remembers what it was like four years ago. Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak appeared to energize the Obama Reelection efforts. He pointed out that four years ago the country was in a war and the economy is crashing. Now we’re out of Iraq and the economy is on the mend. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.