January 23-29 is National School Choice Week .

We are co-hosting a free showing of “The Lottery” on Thursday, January 27th. You can view the Lottery Flyer here.

Reception 6:30pm – 7:00 p.m. Complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres.  Screening of The Lottery 7:00 p.m.  The screening will be followed by brief remarks on the state of school choice in Minnesota.

University of Minnesota | Carlson School of Management
Auditorium | 321 19th Avenue South | Minneapolis, MN 55455
Directions & Parking Information

This event is free, but you must REGISTER ONLINE
or contact Lancee Kurcab at (703) 682-9320 or LKurcab@ij.org
Hosted by: Institute for Justice, Center of the American Experiment,
Minnesota Catholic Conference, Minnesota Free Market Institute,
Minnesota Independent Schools Forum and Minnesota Family Council.

Minnesotans for Limited Government (MNLG) held its own special event last night championing parental choice in education as part of National School Choice Week. Here is a message from MNLG Chairman Jake Barnett:

We will be meeting right here in St. Paul, at O’Gara’s, sponsoring a public viewing of “The Cartel” on Wednesday, January 26, at 7pm. 

Tickets are $8 at the door but please RSVP.  There will be a social hour from 6-7pm and a discussion group from 9-10, following the movie.

 We are pleased to announce that the director of the documentary, Bob Bowdon, will be joining us for the event! He will be on hand to answer question and participate in our open discussion afterwards.

 Please click here to RSVP for our event and help make it a success! Directions to O’Gara’s

Disclaimer: A public viewing of “The Cartel” is sponsored by Minnesotans for Limited Government (MNLG).  We are a 501c4.  Donations to our organization are not tax deductible.  MNLG has obtained the proper rights to show this movie publicly.  This event is not sponsored by any political party, candidate, or candidate’s committee