What Does Washington, DC Have in Store for Minnesota?

Find out from our prestigious group of state and national tax and fiscal policy experts at our 91st Annual Meeting Policy Forum this October.

What implications do federal budget developments and tax reform efforts have for

• State tax policy?
• State health and human service programs?
• State infrastructure spending?
• State education spending?
• Minnesota's immigrant workforce?
• The state's budget and economy?

Find out on Wednesday, October 11 at our 91st Annual Meeting of Members and Policy Forum, when some of the nation's foremost tax and fiscal policy experts join us to examine what is, is not, and could be happening in Washington, DC -- and what it all means for Minnesota.

MCFE 2017 Policy Forum
What Does Washington, DC Have in Store for Minnesota?
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
8:30 am – 1:30 pm
St. Paul River Centre

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Federal Tax Reform Panel

Cynthia Bauerly, Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Revenue
Max Behlke, Director, Budget and Tax, State-Federal Relations, National Conference of State Legislatures
Joe Crosby, Principal, MultiState Associates, Inc.
Doug Lindholm, President and Executive Director, Council on State Taxation

Moderator: Ward Einess, Former Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Revenue

Federal Budget and Fiscal Policy Panel

Donald Boyd, Director, Fiscal Studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government
Natalie Cohen, Managing Director and Head of Municipal Research, Wells Fargo
Myron Frans, Commissioner, Minnesota Management and Budget
Robert Zahradnik, Principal, State Fiscal Health and Economic Growth, Pew Charitable Trusts

Moderator: Chris Farrell, Senior Economics Contributor, American Public Media

Luncheon Speaker

Kim Rueben, Senior Fellow, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and
Project Director, State and Local Finance Initiative