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Jan 23, 2020 by AFP

St. Paul, MN – Americans for Prosperity – Minnesota State Director Jason Flohrs will kick off AFP’s 2020 Legislative Session Preview in St. Paul on Tuesday, January 28th. At the event, AFP will unveil their 2020 “Roadmap to Prosperity” legislative agenda and feature a panel discussion with House and Senate leadership to give attendees exclusive insight into their plans for the upcoming session.

What: AFP-MN Legislative Session Preview with Legislative Leaders

Where: Best Western Capitol Ridge Hotel

161 St. Anthony Ave, St. Paul, MN 55103

When: Tuesday, January 28th from 5:30PM – 8:00PM

Media are invited to attend. Please confirm attendance with Jason Flohrs at (612) 247-0805 or


Despite a $1.2 billion surplus, we’ve already seen proposals for higher gas taxes, higher payroll taxes, higher electricity rates and billions more in borrowing and debt. Minnesotans understand that more spending does not necessarily or automatically bring better results. Lawmakers should work together to relieve Minnesotan’s 6th worst in the nation tax burden and structurally reform ongoing spending commitments, instead of pursuing ways to spend it. The out of control spending of recent years isn’t good for Minnesota’s long-term economic health, nor will it help Minnesota’s bloated administrative state deliver better services.

An updated version of AFP-MN’s “Roadmap to Prosperity” will be available the day of the event at The “Roadmap to Prosperity” is a simple guide for lawmakers to help make Minnesota the best state to live, work, and raise a family, with critical reforms grouped into five key areas: restore fiscal stability, enable innovation, increase investment in our kids, expand access to the American Dream, and protect taxpayers.

Attendees to the Session Preview Dinner will receive more information on these important issues facing Minnesotans, hear firsthand from Legislative leaders, and learn how they can help make a real difference at the state capitol – for their families, communities, and the state’s future.