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The Courage to Reject a COVID-19 Shutdown

Sign up HERE! Join us Wednesday, July 8th for an interview with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem over Zoom. In response to COVID-19, Noem defied the norm of a statewide shutdown and let South Dakotans choose for themselves what safety precautions to take. Tune in to this live online event to hear how Governor Noem preserved her state’s economy while still keeping citizens safe. Wednesday, June 8th at Noon (CT)  1PM Eastern Time (ET) 11AM Mountain Time (MT) 10AM Pacific Time (PT) Sign up HERE!...

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Webinar Archive: Master Class in Public Policy

Thank you to the hundreds of viewers that joined us for our Master Class in Public Policy this April! We had a phenomenal time sharing our research with you all. If you missed the live viewing, but want to go back and watch one of the webinars, you can find the links below. Stay tuned for more events, both in person and online, to come. Webinar Archive John Phelan on What can state governments do to influence the economy? Watch here. Catrin Wigfall on How good are Minnesota's public schools, really? Watch here. Isaac Orr on Everything wrong with the Green New Deal. Watch...

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TOMORROW: How Regulations Affect Your Everyday Life

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bu7gt8fDa8[/embed]   Sign up HERE! Join economist Martha Njolomole as she explains the hidden cost of business regulations in Minnesota, and how even big-government politicians have been eager to throw inefficient regulations out the window because of COVID-19. After the presentation, Martha will answer your questions in a live audience Q&A. Submit your questions in advance by clicking here! Thursday, April 23rd at 12:00 PM Sign up for this free, online webinar HERE!...

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TOMORROW: Everything Wrong with the Green New Deal

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvtSrR3Ny3M[/embed] Sign up HERE! The Green New Deal calls for banning natural gas, gas-powered cars, and mandating 100% solar and wind energy. What could go wrong? Join Isaac Orr for a deep dive into this bizarre policy proposal that would change every aspect of American life. After the presentation, Isaac will answer your questions in a live audience Q&A. Submit your questions in advance by clicking here! Join us Wednesday, April 15 at 12:00 pm by signing up HERE! Questions? Contact Kathryn Hinderaker at kathryn.hinderaker@americanexperiment.org....

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TOMORROW: How good are Minnesota’s public schools, really?

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFBRBad5e98[/embed] Everyone assumes Minnesota's public schools are the best in the country. But is it true? Next up in our online Master Class series, Catrin Wigfall dives into the data to give you a true picture of how our state compares to the rest of the nation, how school districts within Minnesota compare to one another, and which students are being left behind. (The answer will shock you.) Sign up HERE! Wednesday, April 8th at 12:00 PM After her presentation, Catrin will answer your questions in a live audience Q&A. Submit your questions in advance by clicking here! Upcoming Master Classes: April 15: Isaac Orr on Everything wrong with the...

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This Week’s Master Class: What can state governments do to influence the economy?

Stuck at home? Learn over your lunch hour with American Experiment economist John Phelan, as he explains what state government can — and can't — do to shape the economy. Sign up HERE! Wednesday, April 1st at 12:00 PM Stick around after the course, where John will answer your questions in a live audience Q&A. Submit your questions in advance here. Upcoming Master Classes: April 8: Catrin Wigfall on How good are Minnesota’s public schools, really? Sign up here. April 15: Isaac Orr on Everything wrong with the Green New Deal. Sign up here. April 22: Martha Njolomole on How regulation affects your everyday life. Sign up here....

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NEW DATE: 2020 Annual Dinner Featuring Sarah Huckabee Sanders

ATTENTION: Due to conditions outside of our control, this event has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 18th. All tickets bought for the April 4th date are transferrable. We are so sorry for any inconvenience this has caused, but we look forward to seeing you on June 18! Direct any questions to Kathryn Hinderaker (kathryn.hinderaker@americanexperiment.org or 612-428-7005).