2021 EDAM News

News Articles

4/9/2021

MN Economic Development Foundation Offers 50% Scholarships for IEDC Courses

MN Economic Development Foundation offers 50% scholarships for all IEDC professional development courses in 2021.

4/9/2021

April 29 | Minnesota: 2030 - A Framework for Economic Growth

Minnesota: 2030, the first major economic report from the Minnesota Chamber Foundation, outlines the state’s position in the national and global economy.

4/6/2021

Legislature Returns - Omnibus Budget Bills Emerge

House and Senate Finance Committees have rolled out their omnibus budget bills and will spend the week walking through the bills.

3/30/2021

April 28 Webinar: Housing in a Pandemic and Beyond

Sensible Land Use Coalition webinar - Housing in a Pandemic and Beyond

3/26/2021

LHB Receives 2021 Top Workplaces USA Honor

LHB receives 2021 Top Workplaces USA honor

3/23/2021

Governor Walz Releases Supplemental Budget Recommendations, Legislature to Set Budget Targets

Governor Walz's updated budget recommendations are based on the improved forecast from February that projects a surplus of over $1.5 billion in the upcoming biennium.

3/17/2021

Help Us Advocate for Funding: Share Potential Redevelopment Projects by March 23

Help advocate for funding: share potential redevelopment projects

3/16/2021

S.F. 585 Heard in Senate Jobs and Economic Growth Finance and Policy Committee

S.F. 585 was heard in the Senate Jobs and Economic Growth Finance and Policy Committee on Monday and laid over for possible inclusion in the Committee’s omnibus bill.

3/9/2021

H.F. 819 Heard in House Workforce and Business Development Finance and Policy Committee

H.F. 819 was heard in the House Workforce and Business Development Finance and Policy Committee last week and laid over for possible inclusion in the Committee’s omnibus bill.

3/2/2021

Updated Budget Forecast Brings Good News

The state’s financial picture has improved significantly since the last projection, having gone from a projected $1.3 billion deficit in the upcoming biennium to a $1.6 billion surplus.