With just a month left of the shortened 2016 legislative session, Growth & Justice is working in tandem with several nonpartisan coalitions, seeking policies and investments to expand prosperity and improve the lives of ALL Minnesotans. We stand with these coalitions and initiatives and urge you to follow our progress and calls to action: MSPWin is pushing for the expansion of funding for “Career Pathways” ... Read More
Gary Cunningham joins G&J Policy Fellow team Growth & Justice is proud to announce that Gary Cunningham, president and CEO of the Metropolitan Economic Development Association, is joining our team of Policy Fellows. In addition to his leadership helping start and grow minority-owned businesses, Gary serves on the Metropolitan Council, is a prominent member of the African-American Leadership Forum and is a&n... Read More
Hungry for Equity in Higher Education In our latest commentary, published by MinnPost, students of color share firsthand accounts about pursuing higher education and the obstacles they’ve had to overcome to succeed. The students were recently featured speakers at our forum, Hungry for Equity, which focused of finding ways to eliminate Minnesota’s unacceptable disparities in educational attainment and employment. Visit our website to... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT Gov. Mark Dayton in his session-opening speech to the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce wryly noted broad agreement on two points: “First, that we need to invest more money in transportation; and second, that no one wants to pay for it.” That second point has to change, in a big way, if legislators are sincere about improving the economic health of Greater Minnesota and helping all of our state sha... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT This is the first of two commentaries on rural transportation options. The hottest policy topics at the “One Minnesota 2015” conference, kicking off the new legislative session, were transportation needs and the demands of Minnesota’s aging baby boom population. And the political buzz was all about Greater Minnesota’s higher profile, due to the new Republican House majority’s r... Read More
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