The Humphrey School of Public Affairs hosted this week the annual One Minnesota Legislative Policy Conference. The bicameral, bipartisan event focuses on improving the state’s legislative process. Topics this year included economic and demographic realities, redistricting, negotiating skills and tools, and more. The focus of the conference was improving the end of session process – improving transparency in the process and ensuring a timely end to session have been topics of conversations in recent years as vetoes and special sessions have become more common.
Senate DFLers are committed to a legislative process that allows input from all Minnesotans and will work to ensure a productive session.