Minnesota State Capitol in winter

This gold-leafed copper and steel statuary group, “Progress of the State,” also known as the Quadriga, was sculpted by Daniel Chester French and Edward Potter and placed on the Minnesota State Capitol in 1906. The four horses represent the power of nature: earth, wind, fire and water. The women symbolize civilization and the man standing on the chariot represents prosperity.

Join Us for the 8th Annual Employer Leadership Summit!
Renew, Refresh, Reinvigorate: Putting the Best Ideas to Work

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Minnesota Health Action Group Members: $199
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We hope you will join us on April 17, 2015, for a full day of thought-provoking and inspiring presentations and conversations about replicating successful strategies, and considering breakthrough ideas that show promise for the future. Featuring local and national thought leaders, interactive polling, networking, sponsored booths, and great food, it’s sure to be a rewarding learning experience. Click here to see the agenda.

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About The Action Group

The Minnesota Health Action Group is the only Minnesota organization whose sole purpose is to represent the collective voice of those who pay the bill for health care — employers, public purchasers, and individuals. We drive innovation, collaboration and engagement in ways that improve health care and ensure the economic vitality of all Minnesota communities.

Not yet a member? Find out what The Action Group can do for you! We welcome employers of all sizes and from all sectors.