Register Today: A Post-Election Look at Tax Policy and the 2021 Session

Wednesday, November 11, 9:00 - 11:00 am

Our 94th Annual Meeting of Members Policy Forum may be a virtual event this year but will not lack the usual informative, thought-provoking presentations and engaging discussion.

Join MCFE members and our distinguished speakers for an examination of our tax and fiscal policy future in light of the November election results and our ongoing budget and economic challenges.

(As always our MCFE Policy Forum is open to everyone- both members and non-members)

Policy Forum Agenda

 9:00 - 9:55 am: Panel Discussion 
Future Directions in Federal Tax Policy and State Implications:
A Post-Election Assessment 

In light of the election results and in a time of extraordinary economic uncertainty and exploding deficits, our panel of DC tax experts will discuss what tax policies will be pursued, what should be done, and what it may mean for state tax policy decision-making.

Doug Lindholm, President and Executive Director, Council on State Taxation, Washington, DC
Karl Frieden, Vice President and General Counsel, Council on State Taxation, Washington, DC
David Brunori, Senior Director, RSM, Washington DC,  and Research Professor of Public Policy,
    Trachtenberg School of Public Policy, George Washington University

10:00 - 11:00: Presentations
The 2021 Session Landscape: State Economy, Budget, and Politics

State of the State Economy: Sean O'Neil
Director, Economic Research, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

State of the State Budget: Jim Schowalter
 Commissioner, Minnesota Management and Budget

State of State Politics: Todd Rapp
 CEO, Rapp Strategies