The House and Senate have prepared their annual State Fair polls. The House Public Information Services Office today announced its list of questions.
PIM posted the Senate’s questions in July.
The House and Senate surveys both query Fairgoers about proposals for alternative teacher licensure, Minnesota Vikings stadium and ways to solve the state’s budget deficit.
The House poses questions regarding the expansion of gambling, nuclear moratorium and Sunday liquor sales issues, which the Senate leaves out of its survey. The Senate’s poll is unique in asking about puppy mills, cell phone contract regulations and eligibility requirements for supervised release.
The State Fair lasts from Aug. 26 to Labor Day.