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The Bar Examination – Legal topics served straight up
Presented by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid together with MinnPost and Far North Spirits
Our first Bar Examination is:Thursday, March 23, from 5-8 pm (program at 6:00)
The topic will be Healthcare Access, Cost and Coverage — What’s Next?
The featured speaker is Jim Eppel, President and CEO of UCare.
Food Building in Northeast Minneapolis (1401 Marshall St. N.E.)
Please join us for drinks, appetizers together with engaging and informative conversation.
$5 / email@example.com
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