Budget Proposals and Outcomes

Budget Choices in the 2013 Legislative Session Take Minnesota in a Better Direction, June 2013
The FY 2014-15 budget approved in the 2013 Legislative Session made significant progress toward making Minnesota's tax system fairer, investing in the state's future, and putting the state on firmer financial footing. This issue brief examines the details of the budget in health and human services, E-12 education, higher education, economic development and housing, and taxes.

Governor Dayton's FY 2014-15 Budget Focuses on Tax Reform, Financial Stability and Investments, April 2013
Governor Dayton's budget proposal seeks to reach important goals, including sharing the responsibility for funding public services more equitably, putting the state on firm financial footing and investing in the building blocks of shared economic success.

Strong Minnesota Economy Requires Sound Investments, October 2012
Minnesota faces significant gaps between public needs and the resources it takes to meet them. Policymakers need to move beyond gimmicks and short-term fixes, and invest in Minnesota's long-term prosperity. The 2013 Legislature should use a balanced approach that includes revenues when setting the next two-year budget in order to put Minnesota back on the right path.


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