Committee fosters dialogue among leaders in economic policy

The Midwestern Legislative Conference Economic Development Committee provides a forum for legislators to examine strategies for economic growth in individual states and the region as a whole. Legislators from the 11 member states of the MLC and four Canadian provinces serve on the committee, which is led by two co-chairs, Michigan Sen. Ken Horn and Nebraska Sen. Heath Mello, and a vice chair, Illinois Rep. Elgie Sims.
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If you have questions about the committee, please contact Laura Tomaka, CSG Midwest staff liaison to the committee.

 

Committee to meet July 17 in Milwaukee

The MLC Economic Development Committee will meet in the afternoon of July 17, the first day of the Midwestern Legislative Conference Annual Meeting. Its preliminary agenda includes the following sessions:

 

PDF of preliminary agenda for July 17 meeting »

 

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MLC Committees

The bipartisan MLC committees are made up of state and provincial legislators from across the Midwest. They foster the regional exchange of information and ideas on key policy issues impacting the region and its states. They also facilitate interstate cooperation.