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Legislative Recap Breakfast this Wednesday, June 26
(June 24, 2013) MANKATO, MINN. – The 2013 session of the Minnesota Legislature saw a number of pieces of significant legislation passed that will impact business. Greater Mankato Growth is kicking off its monthly Public Affairs Issues Forums, with a panel of experts and local legislators explaining exactly what happened during this legislative session and what it all means The event will take place on June 26 from 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. at the Country Inn & Suites Hotel & Conference Center by Carlson (1900 Premier Drive). Registration is required by June 25 at Noon at greatermankato.com/public-affairs-events. The cost to attend, including breakfast, is $20 for Greater Mankato Growth members and $40 for non-members.
Breakfast and networking will take place from 7 – 7:30 a.m., with the business portion of the event beginning at 7:30 a.m., featuring the following speakers:
Mike Miller, Senior Lobbyist, Flaherty and Hood
Senator Kathy Sheran (District 19)
Representative Clark Johnson (District 19A)
Representative Kathy Brynaert (District 19B)
Representative Tony Cornish (District 23B)
The Greater Mankato Growth Public Affairs Issues Forum is a monthly series that will bring together compelling speakers and business leaders to discuss timely and relevant political and policy issues. This month’s event is sponsored by Country Inn & Suites Hotel & Conference Center by Carlson.
About Greater Mankato Growth
Greater Mankato Growth (GMG) is committed to advancing business for a stronger community. As the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization serving the regional marketplace, GMG advances business through: existing business support, new business growth, business promotion, talent development, public affairs, community marketing, visitor attraction and servicing and civic engagement. Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. also includes two LLCs: Visit Mankato, which focuses on visitor attraction and servicing, and the City Center Partnership, LLC, which focuses on development in the City Center.