Jan. 24 - Gov. Tim Walz ONE MINNESOTA BUDGET
Gov. Tim Walz releases his two year “One Minnesota Budget”, with his cabinet on hand during a briefing for the press. However, this is Gov. Walz budget plan and as the House and Senate takes up his proposals things could change.
The link to One Minnesota Budget:
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt, Gov, Peggy Flanagan, with budget binders in hand, walk into a press briefing for the release of the their administrations One Minnesota Budget.
Gov. Walz calls his One Minnesota Budget a financial and moral document both positive socially and economically during a press briefing.
im Schowalter, director of the office of Management and Budget, discusses the release of the One Minnesota Budget during a press briefing.
Jim Schowalter, director of the office of Management and Budget, discusses the release of the One Minnesota Budget during a press briefing.
Revenue Commissioner Paul Marquart answers questions during the budget release.
Gov. Walz couldn’t hold back his smile as his budget and revenue commissioners outlined increases in spending and tax cuts in this historic balanced budget.
Gov. Walz tells the press during the budget briefing that this is a historic balanced budget with investments in education, housing, paid family leave, child tax and care credits and more.
Gov. Tim Walz, with budget binder in hand, leaves the One Minnesota Budget press briefing. With the House and Senate in DFL control much of the Walz budget will be adopted but much could change too.
House Minority Leader Lisa Demuth said Republicans would be open to rebate checks rather than increased spending but permanent tax cuts is what we should be looking at. Leader Demuth was joined at the post budget release press conference by Senate Minority Leader Mark Johnson.