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Feb. 20 - Housing Rally, Campus Polling Places & Staying Connected

A corner of the main entry to the State Office Building makes a perfect spot to work on their lapt

Housing advocates rally in the Capitol rotunda to call on legislators for funding and to support equitable housing policy.

Housing advocates listen to speakers during “The Start with Home” rally talking about a wide range of investments and policies to make housing affordable for all Minnesotans.

House Majority Leader Jamie Long and Senate President Bobby Joe Champion, right, addressed housing advocates during “The Start with Home” rally in the Capitol rotunda.

A group is reflected in the second floor as they confer outside the hearing rooms of the Senate Building.

The Senate Elections Committee hears a bill that would allow temporary polling places on university and college campuses.

Sen. Nicole Mitchell, chief author of SF3616, testifies on her bill that would allow universities and colleges to establish temporary polling locations on their campuses.

Sen. Nicole Mitchell watches as Maxwell Serota testifies remotely in favor of allowing temporary polling places on university and college campuses.

Nicole Freeman, Governmental Relations Director of the Secretary of States Office, testifies for allowing temporary polling places on university and college campuses.

Bentley Graves, a lobbyist for the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, leans on a railing overlooking the lobby of the Senate Building to stay connected by phone.












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