The 2019 Minnesota legislative session is over. THANK YOU for all YOU did to support good bills and stop bad ones! Every phone call, email, social media post, tweet about legislation, every conversation with friends, family, neighbors - they all matter.
Want to know what bills made it this session and what bills didn't? Twin Cities has a good round up.
Want to know why the session turned out the way it did? MinnPost explains.
And here is what happened to the bills Women's March Minnesota prioritized this session - ERA, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's Task force, Restore the Vote, Driver's Licenses for All and more.
Next session starts February 11, 2020! Between now and then, connect with your representatives and let them hear about your priorities.Thank
2 easy steps to Make your voice hearD
Step 1. Find & connect with your representatives
Enter your address in this lookup tool from the Minnesota Legislature to find the state representative and senator who represent you.
Click on the “Contact” button to get their contact information and sign up for their mailing lists.
Let your legislators know what’s important to you, and connect with them regularly by:
visiting them at the Capitol,
attending their constituent events,
calling their office, and/or
Step 2: Get Comfortable at the Capitol
WMM offered “Comfortable at the Capitol” tours during the session.
See this information for visiting the Capitol from the legislature.