The 2021 MCCL Legislative Dinner has been postponed to 2022 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will alert you of the date and time when they have been determined.
The MCCL Legislative Dinner is held every two years at the start of the legislative biennium. The event brings together state legislators and their pro-life constituents for an evening of pro-life education and fellowship.
The program includes a presentation of MCCL's legislative agenda and a keynote speaker offering expert insight into issues addressed in pro-life legislation. The 2019 Legislative Dinner featured Melissa Ohden, the survivor of a failed saline infusion abortion and the founder of the Abortion Survivors Network.
The MCCL Legislative Dinner is held at the Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul. MCCL invites all Minnesota state senators and representatives to attend the event. It is also important that pro-life citizens attend in order to meet their lawmakers and encourage them to support pro-life legislation.
From the 2017 MCCL Legislative Dinner