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Update for April 8, 2016: Great Need, Few Dollars

If this is your first Update, welcome! If you have been with us for many years, thank you. One of the most important functions of these Updates is to share current legislative activities regarding potential policy making with parents across Minnesota. While we have a diverse and far reaching database, we are always looking to […]

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Update for April 1, 2016: It’s Coming Together

If this is your first Update, welcome! If you have been with us for many years, thank you. One of the most important functions of these Updates is to share current legislative activities regarding potential policy making with parents across Minnesota. While we have a diverse and far reaching database, we are always looking to […]

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Update for March 24: Education Policy Bill in the Offing

If this is your first Update, welcome! If you have been with us for many years, thank you. One of the most important functions of these Updates is to share current legislative activities regarding potential policy making with parents across Minnesota. While we have a diverse and far reaching database, we are always looking to […]

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Update for March 18: Breathless

“Schools can’t do it alone. That is the number one pillar of education reform.” – Sondra Samuels, President and CEO, Northside Achievement Zone If this is your first Update, welcome! If you have been with us for many years, thank you. One of the most important functions of these Updates is to share current legislative […]

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Update for March 11, 2016: We’re Off!

“Information is the currency of Democracy” If this is your first Update, welcome! If you have been with us for many years, thank you. One of the most important functions of these Updates is to share current legislative activities regarding potential policy making with parents across Minnesota. While we have a diverse and far reaching […]

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Update for February 26, 2016: Let’s talk about it!

Join us for Parents United’s annual Legislative Kickoff! This is one of our favorite conversations! We’ll share the most recent information we have about the upcoming session and discuss current issues with the best “in-the-know” parents around. Bring a friend! This year we are pleased to offer the Kickoff in two locations. Saturday, March 5 in […]

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Update for February 2016: Preparing for the onslaught!

Remember that legislative session begins on March 8, but education committees are already meeting. Find those meeting dates readily accessible on the state’s website. If you are truly interested in tracking the session, bookmark that page! Since construction has closed the Capitol building, hearings will be scheduled in the Minnesota Senate Building (MSB) as well […]

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Update for January 15, 2016: Beginning anew!

A Look Ahead to 2016 Although the legislative session begins on March 8, education committees are already meeting so they can move quickly when session begins. Dates for those meetings are readily accessible. Construction has closed the Capitol building, but hearings will be scheduled in the Minnesota Senate Building (MSB) as well as the State […]

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Update for December 2015: Wrapping up the year!

A Look Ahead to 2016 The new year is right around the corner, so stay tuned! 2016 promises to be a big year. Every state senator and representative is up for election next November, which is sure to be evident in their work at the Capitol starting March 8. Parents United will host its annual […]

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Update for November 6, 2015: Lots Happening!

Give to the Max Why did you open this email? We hope it’s because you, like so many, find the information Parents United provides valuable. We often hear that it is the only place where people can find this kind of insight. While this is great to hear, we are asking a little more from […]

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