Nearly $11 million is needed to fix the parking ramp near the Centennial Office Building at the capitol complex. Money to repair the ramp is included in Governor Dayton's $1.5 billion bonding proposal. What other projects would you like to see receive state funding as part of a bonding bill? Let these lawmakers know your thoughts!
House and Senate transportation proposals aim to drastically cut money for mass transit in Minnesota, including taking away operational funding for future light rail projects. The Chair of the Metropolitan Council says these proposed cuts could lead to fewer routes and increased fares for riders. Let your lawmakers know your thoughts when it comes to funding public transportation, including bus and light rail service.
Do you agree with the proposed legislation that would protect livestock operators from nuisance lawsuits? Or should someone have the right to sue a farm over things like odor and noise? Let these lawmakers know your views!
The Minnesota House is proposing $55 million in budget cuts to the Department of Revenue, while the Senate is proposing $32 million in cuts. Minnesota’s Revenue Commissioner says those cuts would result in 200 layoffs, slower tax services, less fraud protection and months-long delays in processing tax refunds. Other agencies are voicing similar concerns with House and Senate budget bills. Let your lawmakers know what your priorities are when it comes to the state budget.
The Legislature is considering cutting 85 to 90 percent of the funding the Minnesota Film and TV Board receives to attract movie and television productions to the state. Do you agree with the proposed cuts? Let these lawmakers know your views!