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07/14/20
  • Minnesota Taxes
  • Minnesota Budget
  • Minnesota Budget Outlook and Trends
  • Federal Issues

July economic update shows state will need all the tools in the toolbox

The state's quarterly economic report shows that projections for the national economy have gotten even worse. While state revenues have come in a bit ahead of what was predicted in May, the state is still on track for a more than $2 billion budget shortfall for the current budget cycle.
07/09/20
  • Nutrition
  • Poverty
  • Health Care
  • Housing
  • Federal Issues
  • Income and Work

Bonnie Tyler wasn’t wrong: We need a HERO

The HEROES (Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions) Act proposal is a needed Congressional effort to...
07/07/20
  • Nutrition
  • Poverty
  • Income and Work
  • Health Care

Special session victory: common-sense approaches reduce barriers during pandemic

Common-sense measures to remove barriers to health care, food support, and other needed services will continue, thanks to legislation passed in the June special legislative session.
07/02/20
  • Child Care
  • Minnesota Budget Plans
  • Health Care
  • Income and Work
  • Minnesota Budget

Work remains to advance health, safety, and economic security

What did and did not happen in the June special session to address Minnesotans' health, safety, and economic priorities?

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