Minnesota is a state of abundance. We have what we need to take care of each other, to invest in the health and economic security of all Minnesotans, and build a stronger and more equitable recovery – if we, as a state, choose to do so.
We know that all Minnesotans deserve to feel safe in their community, to get the health care they need, and to pursue their dreams for themselves and their children.
But too many of us are suffering because of the pandemic. And this unequal recession is doing the most harm to those with the least resources to get through it.
We can unite and urge policymakers to pursue the recovery that Minnesotans deserve and build a stronger, more equitable future for all of us by asking those with the most resources to pay a bit more.