Date(s) - 03/20/2018
The 2018 Legislative Session is underway, and what is usually a quick and quiet second year of the biennium, many significant policy issues have emerged to the forefront. State conformity to federal tax changes, questions surrounding Minnesota’s Constitution, sexual harassment, MNLARS, and school safety are all issues swirling around the Capitol.
As Briana Bierschbach of MinnPost reports, at the start of session, legislators “were greeted with a roar of protesters, an ongoing debate over sexual harassment in state politics and a massively complicated tax bill that could take the entire session — or maybe longer — to work out.”
Join us Tuesday, March 20th, for the next in our Mind Opener series, for an in-depth Q&A with Ms. Bierschbach about the first month of this year’s session.
Inside the 2018 Legislative Session
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Downtowner Woodfire Grill
253 7th St W
St Paul, MN 55102 (map)
$10 for Citizens League Members
Continental breakfast provided.
Citizens League Mind Openers are deep dives into policy topics that affect Minnesota and its citizens. The talks, over breakfast, are an opportunity for Citizens League members to learn and talk about a variety of different issues.
About Briana Bierschbach
Briana Bierschbach covers the Minnesota Legislature, from politics and policy to the campaign trail for MinnPost. She got her start in journalism covering city government and transportation for the Minnesota Daily, the University of Minnesota’s award-winning campus newspaper. She has also worked with the Associated Press, Politics in Minnesota, St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.