Gov. Mark Dayton wants to invest $175 million in Minnesota’s pre-kindergarten program. However, House Republicans say the state should stop paying for pre-K programs to allow for tax relief. Let these lawmakers know your views on early education funding in Minnesota.
Should Congress eliminate the adoption tax credit or would you prefer lawmakers vote to preserve the financial assistance for families to adopt children? Let these members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation know your views!
Call to action: The legislature is considering eliminating MNSure and moving Minnesotans onto the federal health insurance exchange. Is this a good idea or should MNSure be maintained? Let these lawmakers know your thoughts!
Senate Republicans want to fund transportation projects in Minnesota over the next 10 years while avoiding raising taxes on gasoline or license tabs. Democrats argue that's simply not possible, and there need to be "new" revenue streams. Let lawmakers know your views!
How much tax relief would you like to see the Minnesota Legislature approve? House Republicans are proposing $1.35 billion while their Senate counterparts are recommending $900 million. Governor Mark Dayton’s proposal calls for $300 million. Senate Republicans propose $900 million in tax relief. Let these lawmakers know your thoughts!
Governor Dayton and Senate Republicans have released new budget plans when it comes to how they would like to spend the state’s $1.65 billion budget surplus. What do you think should be done with the surplus? Should it be given back to Minnesotans in the form of tax credits? Saved for a rainy day? Or invested in programs like PreK education funding?