Today, House and Senate DFLers unveiled the 2020 edition of the Minnesota Values Project, an initiative designed to engage legislators, Minnesotans, and community groups in a conversation about the future of our state. The Minnesota Values Project was started in 2017 when House DFLers traveled the state to listen to Minnesotans and have conversations about our shared values.
“Minnesotans care deeply about our state and want to see one another succeed,” said House Majority Whip Liz Olson. "Working together, across race, religion and geography, we can strengthen our communities by improving outcomes for all of us. Organizing together, we have the power to decide our future — just as we’ve done in the past.”
“Minnesotans want a good life and a better future for our families and for our neighbors,” said House Speaker Melissa Hortman. “DFLers are ready to work for the things we know ensure the well-being of our communities: affordable health care, strong public education, jobs with wages and benefits to support a family, clean air and water, and a public safety system that protects all of us, no exceptions.”
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