The MLC Annual Meeting: Regional Focus for Midwest's State Legislators

The Midwestern Legislative Conference Annual Meeting is a family-friendly, regionally focused event designed to meet the needs and interests of state legislators from our 11-state region. Held in a different Midwestern city every year, the four-day event features policy sessions on issues of critical importance to this region and its legislators. In addition, various activities are planned for the spouses, adult guests and children of meeting attendees.
This year's MLC Annual Meeting will be held in Omaha, Neb., on July 13-16. Nebraska Sen. Beau McCoy, the incoming chair of the MLC, is leading the host state's efforts.
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The 2014 meeting in Omaha will include a speech by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, whose latest book is "The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism." Her book "Team of Rivals" was a New York Times best seller and the basis for the Academy Award-winning "Lincoln."
This year's list of featured MLC Annual Meeting speakers »

 

Words of praise from MLC Annual Meeting participants

 

"If you're looking for an intimate and convivial setting, and an opportunity to examine issues unique to the Midwest and national issues from a Midwestern perspective, you won't want to miss the MLC Annual Meeting."

 

Indiana Rep. Ed Clere

 

 

"Great opportunity to network with colleagues from all over the region and share ideas on process as well
as legislation."

 

Ohio Rep. Tracy Maxwell Heard

 

"If you as a legislator can pick just one conference to attend, this is unquestionably it — very well organized, professional and timely.
A must."

 

Wisconsin Rep. Janet Bewley

 

 

"An informative group trying to work collectively to further the needs and goals of the Midwestern U.S. and Canada."

 

Saskatchewan MLA Greg Lawrence