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This FAQ provides information for Minnesota nonprofits as they consider their options and opportunities as employers under the Affordable Care Act.
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This updated analysis shows the Renters' Credit by county.
In the Shadow of the Great Recession: The State of Working Minnesota 2013
Many Minnesotans, especially women and people of color, aren't finding quality jobs that support their families as the economy recovers.
Thousands of Minnesotans Would Lose Basic Food Support Under U.S. House Proposal
A proposal passed by the U.S. House drastically cuts the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
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Stop SNAP cuts
The U.S. House on September 19 narrowly approved a bill making harsh cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
The debate now moves to a conference committee to work out differences between the House and Senate.
Minnesota's members of Congress need to hear from constituents counting on them to stop this idea.
Please call your U.S. representatives and senators to let them know cutting SNAP and eliminating basic food assistance for 41,000 vulnerable Minnesotans is the wrong approach.
Visit our blog to see how your representative voted.