"The commission shall study and report to the legislature on all matters relating to the economic status of women in Minnesota
Minnesota Statutes 3.303
The Office on the Economic Status of Women (OESW) advises the legislature and provides information and statistics on women in Minnesota. The office gathers information on population characteristics, educational attainment and enrollments, marital and parental status, household characteristics, labor force status and employment characteristics, and basic information on women's legal and economic rights.
You're invited to participate in one of OESW's 2016 Listening Sessions on Women's Economic Issues. Locations: St. Cloud, Winona, Grand Marais, Ely, St. Paul, and Richfield. Details are available here.
Older Women & Poverty 2013
Older Women & the Basic Cost of Living 2014
Overview of Women's Economic Security Act (Laws of Minnesota 2014, Chapter 239)
2015: Women's Voices from Greater Minnesota
Fact Sheet Series: Women in Minnesota's Elected Offices 2015