THE FIT PLAN: FIGHT INFLATION TOGETHER
ENHANCE FAMILY BUDGETS
Tim Walz and Peggy Flanagan want to GROW Government as Family Budgets Shrink. We can FIGHT Inflation Instead!
New leadership will result in more money for you and your family to spend, save and invest. Minnesota can LEAD in spite of Biden/Walz inflationary policies and fight against them! Under Tim Walz, the state government budget and inflation have been growing, while the average family budget has been shrinking, which is leaving less money to spend on groceries, gas and other needed expenses. There is a better way and we can GROW Minnesota families’ budgets even during economic downturns.
Our FIT (Fight Inflation Together) Plan includes both aspirational and specific initiatives to protect and enhance the family budget, ranging from tax and spending policy, to regulation and permit reforms. They include the following:
SUPPORTING ARTICLES AND DOCUMENTATION
Walz Administration not formatting tax forms properly: https://kstp.com/kstp-news/top-news/thousands-of-minnesotans-having-to-pay-more-in-state-taxes-due-to-calculation-error/?utm_campaign=thumbnails&utm_medium=onsite&utm_source=zetaglobal
Minnesota Budget Surplus Facts: A look into Minnesota’s record-setting budget surplus – American Experiment
Minnesota Tax Ranking: Minnesota Tax Rates & Rankings | Minnesota State Taxes | Tax Foundation
Cost of “new car rules” : Minnesota moves ahead with ‘clean car’ rules | MPR News
Legislative Audit of Waste in Government (dozens of reports): Reports, Alphabetical (state.mn.us)
Special Legislative Audit Reports on waste: Special Reviews/Investigations (state.mn.us)
Pioneer Press Article on $100 million of daycare fraud: $100 million in Minnesota child care fraud for terrorists? Report does not find link – Twin Cities
CBS Story on Light Rail cost overruns and waste: Southwest Light Rail Project Faces Overrun Costs, Delayed Until 2027 – CBS Minnesota (cbsnews.com)
Fox 9 story on $100 million of waste in MnLARS system: ‘It’s just stupid:’ MNLARS review shows Minnesota spent $100 million on broken system (fox9.com)