Millennials in Kansas Legislature unite with counterparts in business
January 24, 2022
Millennial Action Project (MAP) recently gathered Kansas lawmakers, along with young entrepreneurs in the state, for a discussion at Iron Rail Brewery in Topeka.
The DC-based Millennial Action Project is working to engage young policymakers across the country — including members of the bipartisan Future Caucus in the Kansas Legislature. The organization recently gathered Kansas lawmakers, along with young entrepreneurs in the state, for a discussion at Iron Rail Brewery in Topeka.
The voices in this week’s Reflector Podcast include Rep. Tory Arnberger-Blew, a Republican from Great Bend, Rep. Rui Xu, a Democrat from Westwood, Del-Metrius Herron, a realtor from Topeka, and Rebecca Appelgren, who runs a cosmetics company in Olathe. Former state Rep. Patty Markley leads the conversation.
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