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Minnesota Rep. Baker and Congresswoman Fischbach to hold virtual town hall meeting Tuesday morning

Legislative news from St. Paul and Washington, D.C., will be discussed Tuesday morning during a Zoom town hall meeting with Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach and Rep. Dave Baker.

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WILLMAR — A virtual town hall meeting with Rep. Dave Baker and Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach will be held at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

The event is being billed as an opportunity for the two elected officials to talk to constituents about the latest happenings in St. Paul and Washington, D.C.

Baker, from Willmar, is a Republican state representative from District 17B. Fischbach, from Paynesville , is a Republican representing Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District.

To register for the Zoom town hall or to submit a question, email or call Baker’s office at greta.donat@house.mn or via phone at 651-296-9115 .

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