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Action for Children Commission

Active dates:1991 - 1992
Function:

The Commission shall advise the Governor on policy issues concerning the well-being of children and families. The goal of the commission is to improve the lives of Minnesota's children, youth, and families and to develop a plan for improvement of state services.

History:

In April 1991, the Action for Children Commission was created by Governor Arne H. Carlson to study the lives of young Minnesotans, develop a vision of what their lives should be like, and make recommendations to help the state achieve that vision. (From Kids Can't Wait: Action for Minnesota's Children )

Activities: Convened 12 "Speak Out" meetings around the state in June 1991 for public discussion; convened a youth conference in October 1991.

Membership:

Up to 25 members. 

Agency heads:

Co-chairs:Ron James, Susan Carlson; Executive director: Marilyn Larson

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Record last updated: 03/29/2019
 

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