Organization records. 1997-2000.


Organization records., 1997-2000.

Organization records. 1997-2000.

Records of a nonpartisan nonprofit educational organizationestablished in 1999 to interest and educate voters on the supposed benefits ofreplacing Minnesota's bicameral legislature with a unicameral legislature, and whichwas part of an effort to get a proposed constitutional amendment establishing aone-house legislature on the ballot in the November 2000 general election.

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