The article below is a top story from this week's ACTION newsletter—Care Providers of Minnesota's weekly newsletter for members. The newsletter focuses on current legislative issues, regulations, long-term care trends, and other Association news. Each Thursday evening, it is delivered to your inbox. To sign up for ACTION, contact Lisa Foss Olson (952-851-2483). To learn more about membership, visit our Become a Member page.


Last chance to sign up for Day at the Capitol!

Kaila May
Kaila May  |  March 12, 2019  |  All members

If you haven’t yet done so, register for Day at the Capitol today! This is an important day of outreach to your legislators—this legislative session will continue to see an influx of bills related to elder abuse and how long-term care provides services, and if you want your legislator to hear how these bills will affect you and your operations, this is a must attend event! Join us on March 26, 2019! The deadline to register is Monday, March 18 at 5:00 PM. The sooner you register, the better your chances of securing a meeting with your legislator. We also need a lunch count for the lunch vouchers we will provide you.  

As in previous years, the intent of Day at the Capitol is to get you speaking to your local legislators face-to-face. Care Providers of Minnesota hosts this important annual event because it is important for YOU, our members, to engage in grassroots advocacy. While our lobbying team works hard for you at the Capitol, it is our members that can really make a difference through grassroots advocacy. Come to talk to your legislators and tell them what is important to you and why—because YOU are their constituent and YOU and know the issues and needs of long-term care providers.

If you have any questions about Day at the Capitol, please contact Kaila May at the Association office.  

Kaila May  |  Communications & Website Specialist  |  |  952-851-2495

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