Bachmann announces three events as resources to constituents

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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (MN-06) announced that her office will host three free events for constituents: a program, “Unraveling Medicare”, Thurs, Sept 4 from 10:30am to 12pm at the Great River Regional Library in St. Cloud, and two forums on Human Trafficking. 
The first forum is Tues, Sept 23 at 11:30am at the Stearns County History Center in St. Cloud, and the second is Wed, Sept 24 at 11:30am at Rasmussen College in Blaine.
“Unraveling Medicare”
As health care, energy, and living costs rise in America, those on fixed-incomes are being squeezed and they need to know that the future is secure. Constituents are encouraged to come and use this seminar as a resource and a chance to ask any Medicare questions they may have. 
RSVPs are not required, but space is limited. Please call 763-323-8922 with any questions. 
Human Trafficking Forum: St. Cloud 
The program will include a federal official from Homeland Security and Minnesota officials, and is for families, local leaders, and others who are interested in learning more about the impact human trafficking has on Minnesota, how to spot the warning signs, and what they can do to keep their communities and families safe.
Please email Mn06event @mail.house.gov or call 763-323-8922. RSVPs are requested so as to provide sufficient materials and space.
 

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