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The Theater of Public Policy from Danger Boat Productions is joining with retired Hennepin County Commissioners Jan Callison, Randy Johnson, Peter McLaughlin, and Jeff Spartz to showcase the often-overlooked role of county government in our everyday lives. This is the last program in Hennepin History Museum’s spring program series “All Politics is Local.”

 From left to right: Peter McLaughlin, Jan Callison, Linda Higgins, Jeff Spartz, Randy Johnson

Hennepin County is the largest county in Minnesota by population, and often does groundbreaking work in local government. From managing hospitals, libraries, public infrastructure and many other little-seen operations, our county government has taken on projects that were once the domain of other government entities. Come hear this story through the lens of commissioners who served for many years, and the unique style of the Theater of Public Policy.

This event will take place in the Black Box Theater at Bloomington Center for the Arts, 1800 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN 55431.

Photo courtesy of The Theater of Public Policy from Danger Boat Productions.

The “All Politics Is Local” event series is sponsored by Best & Flanagan.

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