2020 MSSA Legislative Resolution Proposal
MSSA's public policy agenda is created by our members! Use this form to tell MSSA about what needs to be changed. Resolutions will be voted on at the Public Policy Summit in November. Resolutions that are ratified at the Public Policy Summit are adopted as part of MSSA's public policy agenda, which guides our advocacy work during the legislative session. Contact mthomas@mnssa.org with questions.

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Subject Matter *
Proposal Title *
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Describe the problem that requires change *
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Describe what the change would do, what problem would be solved, how this will affect those involved, agency and public? *
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Will this proposal save/increase costs (explain, give estimates if possible)?
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Affected Statute(s)/Rule(s): (Go to https://www.revisor.mn.gov/search/ for current MN Statutes/Rules)
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Has this proposal been tried in the past? If so, provide any information that may inform efforts moving forward.
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Is it possible to solve the problem without legislation?
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Which groups follow the topic and will be interested in supporting this change?
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Who will oppose this proposal and why?
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Specific language that you request be changed. (If applicable)
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Would this proposal contribute to existing (or create new) inequities; or work in favor of creating a more equitable system?-----Equity: Every human deserves access to services. We advocate for equitable treatment and fair allocation of community resources. MSSA is committed to creating a health and human service system that is equitable and accessible.
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Have you, or are you willing, to meet with your legislator/representative to discuss this proposal?
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