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A forum to find Chamber resources, event recaps, articles and guest posts. Got feedback or want to contribute? Email us at email@example.com. Happy reading!Results Found: 11Thursday, June 8, 2023
Late in the evening on Monday, May 22, 2023, the 93rd Minnesota Legislature adjourned for the year, after finalizing key pieces of legislation. Throughout the past five months, the Minnesota Legislature met for 77 legislative days and adjourned before the Constitutional Deadline of midnight on May 22. Since convening on January 3, the Legislature has been working to fund state government, pass a tax bill, fund capital investment projects, establish a paid family and medical leave program, legalize adult-use
Cale DunwoodyMonday, January 23, 2023
Currently, Senate File 2 (SF2) is moving through the Minnesota State Senate and is to be heard in the Senate Health and Services Committee tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. We are asking Senator Rob Kupec of District 4, who is a member of this committee, to oppose this bill, in an effort to keep payroll taxes low and to protect small and medium-sized businesses from burdensome mandates.
Tyler FischbachTuesday, January 17, 2023
The Chamber has been working diligently in Bismarck since early last week to ensure that our area's voice, concerns and needs are heard as it relates to our most pressing challenges. Workforce was the topic of many bills this week; we actively advocated for the automation tax credit, workforce attraction dollars, career workforce academy funding, and support for NDSU and NDSCS.
Tyler FischbachMonday, June 27, 2022
Primacy Strategy GroupMonday, June 21, 2021
Thank you for supporting and investing in The Chamber’s policy work. Your ongoing engagement and investment in this work enable us to continue to be a catalytic leader and enhance Fargo Moorhead West Fargo's vibrant business community. We are proud to represent you and your interests at all levels of policymaking.
Katie MastelWednesday, July 29, 2020
Minnesota, get ready to vote! Minnesota’s primary election will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020. The individual within each party who receives the most votes will move on to the general election on November 3. To keep you informed and learn more about the candidates in the House District 4A race, keep reading!
Katie MastelFriday, March 29, 2019
Check out the latest in public policy news, straight from our public affairs and advocacy coordinator, with updates in legislation, issues and bills we're watching in both states, as well as an updated on the FM Diversion.