This week Governor Dayton announced a new initiative and a public campaign called Unsession.
Dayton proposed making the 2014 Legislative Session the “Unsession.” He wanted it to focus on eliminating excessive or redundant laws, rules, and regulations; and getting rid of anything else that makes government nearly impossible for people to understand. He invited state employees and the public to submit their suggestions to help build a better, faster, and smarter state government and to ensure that our state government remains responsive and effective.
You can share your Unsession ideas in the following ways:
At the Minnesota State Fair (Aug. 22-Sept. 2)
If you’re visiting the fair, stop by any of these state agency booths to submit an idea.
Eco Experience Center: Pollution Control Agency, Dept. of Natural Resources, Dept. of Commerce, Dept. of Transportation, Dept. of Health, and Metro Transit.
4-H Building: Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs
Education Building: Dept. of Education, Dept. of Higher Education, Dept. of Health, Dept. of Revenue, Dept. of Transportation, Dept. of Human Services, and Dept. of Commerce.
Agriculture Building: Dept. of Agriculture
DNR Building: Dept. of Natural Resources
You can also submit ideas online, 24/7
State employees can submit their ideas online at http://unsession.ideascale.com.
The public can submit them at http://unsessionsuggestion.ideascale.com.
Please take this opportunity to share your Unsession ideas and let your voices be heard. Together, let’s make Minnesota better!