The 2018 legislative session has adjourned but that doesn’t mean I’m done working for our communities and welcome opportunities to see you and hear from you.
Early in the 2018 session, House colleagues launched the Minnesota Values Project (MVP). This was aimed at approaching our state’s politics and government in a new way that recognizes our key shared values. Deep down, I believe Minnesotans care about one another and want to see each other succeed, and actions of the Legislature should reflect that.
Please join Senator Laine and me for an evening of community conversation on Monday.
I’d like to ask you to think of just a few questions about what makes you proud to be a Minnesotan and what you’d like to see the Legislature do to improve the lives of our community members and the throughout the state.
Join us at the St. Anthony Community Center at 7:00 p.m. this Monday, June 25th, but please think about how you’d answer these questions:
- What would you like to see changed at the state level that would make life better for you, your family, and your community?
- What are your concerns for yourself, your family, and your community?
- What makes you proud to be a Minnesotan?
While the session is over, I still would like to hear from you. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with your comments, concerns, or if I can ever be of assistance. It is my pleasure to serve as your State Representative.
All the best,