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Last Night of Legislative Session Lobby Visits & Vigil

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 · Hosted by MN Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC) and 3 others

 

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Hosted by MN Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC), ISAIAH, Take Action Minnesota, SEIU MN State Council

Join us on the last night of the 2017 Legislative Session. As of Sunday morning the legislature has a lot of work left to do and a very short time left to do it. This means there is still a lot a stake & up in the air: workplace preemption, health care cuts, clean air & water, criminalizing protest, massive tax cuts for big business, and new restrictions on new Minnesotans. We will wait, watch, talk with legislators, and demonstrate to keep bad bills from becoming law.

Please come after work and find the crowd (probably near the entrance of the House or Senate Chambers on the 2nd floor. You are welcome any time after 5pm and before midnight. We will meet people near the Governors' office in the west wing of the building at the top of every hour to bring you to where the folks are demonstrating.