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Watch: Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, Commissioner Steve Grove address impact of COVID-19 on women in the workforce

Lt. Gov. Flanagan and Commissioner Grove held a media availability Tuesday. Watch a video here.

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Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, speaks to the media during a visit to the home of Ariane Bromberg, a licensed child care provider, Tuesday, July 7, 2020, in Rochester. Lt. Gov. Flanagan was in Rochester as part of an announcement of a plan to distribute $56.6 million in CARES Act funding for child care providers. (Joe Ahlquist / jahlquist@postbulletin.com)
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ST. PAUL — Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Commissioner Steve Grove held a virtual roundtable to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Minnesota women in the workforce and the importance of building a more inclusive economy Tuesday, March 2.

Flanagan and Grove were joined by Hibo Abdi, African Development Center; Mai Moua, Hmong American Partnership; Jaylana Peters, WomenVenutre; Amy Quale, Wise Ink; Elaine Rasmussen, Social Impact Group; Alex Steinman, COVEN; Traci Tapani, Wyoming Machine; Sandy Voight, Entrepreneur Fund; and Mary Kay Zinieqicz, Bus Stop Mamas.

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