Gov. Mark Dayton continues his series of trips around the state to talk about the state budget with a stop in Albert Lea on Monday.
He’ll be at the Albert Lea High School at 6 p.m. on April 22 for his next “Meeting with Mark,” which involves his explanation of his plans to raise taxes on high earners and provide more money for education and local governments, followed by questions from the audience.
His office says:
Gov. Dayton welcomes all viewpoints and invites all Minnesotans to join him in conversation about the budget challenges facing our state and the investments we need to make in order to build a Better Minnesota.
Those wanting to do some homework before the meeting at the high school can find the governor’s budget background online here.