Nearly 600 business people departed busses at the Capitol steps to lobby legislators. The visit was part of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce.
Members of the Greater Winona Chamber of Commerce took a quick tour of the Capitol before dispersing to visit with their legislators.
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