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MinnPost Social: Bierschbach and Grow to discuss 2016 legislative session May 31

Tickets for MinnPost members will be available Monday for our next MinnPost Social, in which Briana Bierschbach and Doug Grow will discuss the 2016 Minnesota legislative session.

Join Capitol reporters Briana Bierschbach and Doug Grow on May 31 at the Happy Gnome.
MinnPost photo by Andrew Wallmeyer

MinnPost Silver, Gold, and Platinum members can claim their free tickets for our next MinnPost Social starting Monday; others may buy them for $10 apiece starting on Wednesday.

The May 31 event will feature MinnPost writers Briana Bierschbach and Doug Grow reflecting on the 2016 Minnesota legislative session.

From presidential primaries to a big public works bill, myriad issues were up for grabs.​ ​But figuring out what got done, what it means, and how it will affect the fall election​ isn’t easy.

MinnPost Social attendees will not only get a scintillating recap of the session, but have the chance to ask about all the things you’ve been dying to know: What’s a sine die? Will Sunday booze sales ever pass? Is Tom Bakk really as friendly as he seems on TV?

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The event, sponsored by RBC Wealth Management, will take place 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, May 31 at The Happy Gnome in St. Paul. Light appetizers and food for thought will be provided.

Qualifying members may claim their free tickets Monday by using a promo code that will be emailed to them directly. Those who do not receive the email or who become MinnPost members prior to the event may contact Claire Radomski to request the promo code. If you’re not yet a member, join today to receive the promo code.

General ticket sales begin Wednesday, May 18.

More information is available on our event page.