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The Civic Caucus is a Minnesota-based,
nonpartisan, public-policy learning
and analysis organization.
Since 2005, the nonpartisan,
nonprofit Civic Caucus has worked to foster in-depth dialog, seeking
informed solutions to a broad range of Minnesota public issues. We
have conducted more than 500 thoughtful interviews of civic and
business leaders, innovators, elected officials, researchers,
academics, and thought leaders from Minnesota and around the nation.
These interviews are all accessible on this website under the
Interviews & Responses tab. Over 20 Civic Caucus position reports
are accessible on this website under the Position Reports tab. In
October 2017, the Civic Caucus began a series of interviews with the
major, announced candidates for Minnesota governor. It also
continues its series on a review of Minnesota�s legislative process.
The Civic Caucus distributes
summaries of its interviews, as well as its occasional reports, free
of charge to over 5,400 civic-minded e-mail readers�including
elected officials and candidates for public office statewide�and to
nearly 300 media outlets statewide.
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The interview summaries
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are intended to spark a thoughtful dialog,
moving towards education and understanding,
rather than partisan debate.
are recommendations offered by
the Civic Caucus Interview Group,
after holding extensive interviews on a topic and
to drafts of the reports.
Emeritus Professor John Adams - November 2, 2018
Biggest weaknesses in Minnesota housing
are on demand side
Minnesota Public Policy Process
Former Senator Dave Durenberger - October 19, 2018
Learn from past Minnesota Republican
progressive policies; progress-motivated
leaders must step forward today
Minnesota Education Policy
Attorney Dan Shulman - October 12, 2018
Lawsuit says segregated schools not providing
adequate education; Legislature should order
metrowide desegregation remedy
Minnesota Education Policy
Attorney John Cairns - September 14, 2018
Cruz-Guzman desegregation lawsuit
is frontal challenge to public school choice
Minnesota's Legislative Process
- September 7, 2018
Legislative Civility Caucus
aims to foster effective policymaking
through trust, understanding
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The Civic Caucus
is a nonpartisan,
tax-exempt educational organization. The Interview Group
includes persons of varying political persuasions,
reflecting years of leadership in politics, public policy,
business, nonprofits and government. Click here
to see a short personal background of each.
S. Adams, David Broden, Audrey Clay, Janis Clay (executive director), Pat Davies, Paul Gilje,
Rob Jacobs, Dwight Johnson, Randy Johnson, Sallie
Kemper, Ted Kolderie,
Dan Loritz, Marina Lyon, Tim McDonald, Bruce Mooty, Jim Olson, Paul Ostrow
Popham, Dana Schroeder, Clarence Shallbetter, and Fred Zimmerman
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