Senator Greg Clausen and Senator Kari Dziedzic to hold Twitter Town Hall on Higher Education

ST. PAUL, MN – As budget negotiations continue on higher education, Sen. Greg Clausen and Sen. Kari Dziedzic are inviting Minnesota higher education institutions, students, student associations, and the public to join the conversation on the higher education budget which will affect thousands of Minnesota students. Sen. Dziedzic and Sen. Clausen will be hosting a Twitter Town Hall tomorrow at noon to talk about the education budget and answer questions.

WHO: Sen. Greg Clausen (Senate DFL Caucus Higher Education Lead) and

Sen. Kari Dziedzic (Senator representing the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities campus)

WHAT: Twitter Town Hall

WHEN: Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at noon

WHERE: Follow @SenateDFL on Twitter and use #HigherEdMN to join the conversation.

 

Sen. Clausen is found on Twitter @SenGregClausen and Sen. Dziedzic is found @KariDziedzic

 

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