A majority of those participating in the nonpartisan House Public Information Services state fair poll believe publicly funded preschool should be provided for the state’s youngest learners. They also support exempting Social Security income from Minnesota’s individual income tax and think the state should offer financial assistance to help local law enforcement agencies purchase body cameras.
The annual state fair poll, conducted at the House booth, is an informal, unscientific survey of issues discussed in prior legislative sessions and may be topics of discussion in 2016.
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Joint meeting of the House Higher Education Policy and Finance Committee, and Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Division
Thursday, October 8 2015 1:00 PM
Watch: Live Event
Agenda: Higher Learning Commission, Clarification of Faculty Roles and Qualifications, and Concurrent Enrollment in Minnesota.
A special election is scheduled for Nov. 3, 2015, to fill the seat that was vacated by Rep. Ryan Winkler on July 1. He moved to Belgium for his wife's new job.
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