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INSIDE: CAE Inaugurates Employee Freedom Project | CAE Kicks off Young Leadership Council | Blueprint Helps Frame the State's Major Policy Debates | The Great Escape: Minnesotans Move to Escape the Estate Tax | Minnesota is Not Keeping the Pension Promise | Going Green is the New Religion | School Choice on the Horizon? | CAE Holds Met Council Accountable
In celebration of American Experiments 25th anniversary, the Center has published “25 Years: Looking Back and Aiming Forward,” 50-plus pages jammed with year-by-year highlights from our first quarter century. Released in early June at American Experiment’s 2015 Annual Dinner, it also discusses what’s coming up next and contains salutes from more than 30 Minnesota and national leaders.
Contents: American Experiment's Mitch Pearlstein || Marking the Milestones || State of Prosperity Survey Results || MN Policy Blueprint Impact at the Legislature || Young Leaders Council || Bigger Government = Smaller Citizens
As Minnesota’s legislators proceed through the final days of their 2015 session, Minnesotans appear to be surprisingly unified on issues related to the budget, transportation, health care, and state pensions, perhaps explained by a strong perception of the state’s improving economy. But there is a growing split between voters in the metro and non-metro regions.
Ron Eibensteiner
Bill Ingebrigtsen
Nov 10, 2015
- Mitch Pearlstein
Nov 9, 2015
- Katherine Kersten
Sep 27, 2015
- Peter Bell
Sep 25, 2015
- Mitch Pearlstein
Aug 27, 2015
- Mitch Pearlstein
Jun 23, 2015
- Erin Mundahl
Jun 22, 2015
- Kim Crockett
Jun 10, 2015

YLC 2015 Holiday Party

Start the holiday season out right by joining the Young Leadership Council (YLC) for their first holiday party and second event since the launch.

Annual Dinner Gala 2016 featuring Dana Perino

Please join the Center for the 2016 Annual Dinner Gala with special guest Dana Perino on Saturday, May 21, 2016, at the Hilton Minneapolis Hotel. Perino is one of the nation's most popular political commentators and the co-host and breakout star of Fox's The Five, the second-most-watched program in all of cable news in the United States.