The conservative Minnesota Family Council is offering training sessions at the state Capitol to teach citizens about the lawmaking process and how to lobby for legislation.
They call it St. Paul 101, and say it’s a look at lawmaking from a biblical perspective.
The Christian-based Minnesota Family Council says it works on pro-family issues. It has worked to ban abortions and fought gay marriage.
Organizers say their Capitol course is “designed to empower ordinary citizens for purposeful, authentic and effective action in support of good public policy in Minnesota.”
Classes, which run three hours and 15 minutes are offered weekly from March 22 to May 8.