St. Paul – An annual tradition since 1997, today’s Tax Cut Rally at the State Capitol will bring together dozens of organizations and causes united behind a theme of limiting government intrusion into people’s lives and pocketbooks.
The event is organized by the Taxpayers League of Minnesota and Minnesota Majority and features Jason Lewis, a local author, national talk radio host and founder of the new online political networking site, Galt.io.
Morning radio hosts, Jack and Ben of AM 1130’s Up and at ‘Em will emcee the Rally that’s also evolved into a kind-of conservative and libertarian issues fair over the years.
Legislative leaders and spokespeople from several conservative and liberty-minded organization will also address the crowd of ralliers who say they’re “taxed enough already.”
“As we near the end of session, with some taxing and spending bills still in the works, It’s looking to be a gorgeous day for hardworking and overtaxed Minnesotans to rally in front of the Capitol to be seen and heard by lawmakers,” said Minnesota Majority president Dan McGrath.
“We had some planning challenges because of shifting Capitol construction plans,” noted Taxpayers League president, Ted Lillie, “but it’s all come together and we’re looking forward to a big day for the People of Minnesota to send a message to the people working inside the Capitol.”
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