MN Chamber Business Day at the Capitol

chamber 2Greater Mankato Growth invites you to join a delegation of Greater Mankato Business Leaders on April 18 as we travel to St. Paul to participate in the Minnesota Chamber Business Day at the Capitol. This event brings business leaders from across the state together to collectively advocate for key business issues. With the Legislature considering a major tax reform bill this year, it’s critical that our legislators hear from business leaders.

Greater Mankato attendees participating in this event will help raise the visibility of our region among state leaders as well as speak directly with legislators about the top issues for your business and our community. The event kicks off at the InterContinental Hotel in St. Paul with a legislative briefing and keynote luncheon then we travel to the Capitol for sessions with key legislative leaders and meetings with our local legislative delegation.

REGISTER HERE

Agenda:

11:00 AM Registration Opens
11:45 AM Advocacy 101 and Issue Briefing (Kicks off the lunch session)
12:15 PM Lunch
12:45 PM Luncheon Program & Keynote
1:45 PM Buses Head to the Capitol
2:00 PM Legislative Appointments and Leader Briefings on Key Issues

The Key Issues Briefings will be held in Room 500 N of the State Office Building. Below is the schedule of the briefing topics and times.

  • Taxes – 2:00 – 2:30 pm
    • Senator Roger Chamberlain (R), Lino Lakes
  • Workforce Mandates / Local Mandates – 2:30 – 3:00 pm
    • Senator Jeremy Miller (R), Winona
  • Transportation – 3:00 – 3:30 pm
    • Representative Paul Torkelson (R), Hanska
  • Child Care / Healthcare Affordability – 3:30 – 4:00 pm
    • Representative Roz Peterson (R), Lakeville
    • Representative Joe Shomacker (R), Luverne
4:00 PM Buses return to the hotel / adjourn

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