State policy tour stops in Rochester

They're asking MInnesotans what improvements they'd like to see during the next legislative session

Posted: Jun 19, 2018 11:54 PM

ROCHESTER, Minn.- The state Legislative session wrapped up last month. Voters are still getting the chance to voice their concerns. The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce stopped in Rochester today, as part of their state wide policy tour. The Chamber is traveling to towns across the state to discuss how this year's session went. In Rochester, they focused on what lawmakers can do next year to make it easier to do business in Rochester.
Joseph Duda is a lead certified public accountant at CliftonLarsonAllen in Rochester. He wants ways for the city of Rochester to be able to keep people from moving out to other cities and states. He tells us he wants to see a greater focus on keeping companies in the state.
“We want a positive business environment,” said Duda.
The next stops on the tour will be Detroit lakes, Plymouth and Virginia.

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