Agriculture Reform & InvestmentRepublicans stand beside farmers, and theAgriculture Budget peioritizes the needs of theag community including:240,000 farmers will receive propertytax relief to reduce their disproportionateshare of school district debt serviceRecruiting the Next Generation ofFarmers and Ag-innovators: Careers inagriculture are often overlooked by youngpeople due to a lack of first-handexperience and understanding of whatoptions are available. Republicansmmitted needed funding for agproduction, ag education, and youthprogramsSondra Ericksonrep.sondra.erickson@house.mn 651-296-67462017 Legislative Review* Halting the Decline of Pollinators andRestoring their Populations: Repablicansworked to create a new dedicatedPolinator Habitat Research account thatfunds research to protect pollinatorsTax ReliefIt's been nearly two decades since Minnesotans have received meaningful tax relief,The 2017 Tax Relief bill, championed by House Republicans, delivers $650 million intax relief to Minnesota families over the next two years, and $700 million in2020-2021Health CareNearly 284,000 senior citizen tax returns (single axl married fin ng jointly witreceive tax redactions 2,000 of those will no longer pay state income tax ontheir social security benefitsEmergency Premium Aid & Access:House Republicans acted quickly to provide a25 percent health insurance premium rebateand ensure continued access to doctors forA family of four making $50,000 a year will receive an additional $1,200 towardtheir child care espenses65,000 students will receive an average of athrough a new tax credit for student loan payments.patients receiving life-saving treatment«mtctkn in their tacsLowering Costs, increasing Choices: Asuite of reforms passed by House Republicansprovides more affordable options for smallbusinesses and their employees, protectsconsumers from unfair billing practices, andallows organizations with member ownerssuch as farm cooperatives- to provide healthinsurance to their members. Furthermore,anew reinsurance law brings Minnesota closerto its pre-Obamacare system, where therelatively small pool of individuals and familes who buy insurance on thelr own are notleft to bear the cost of high risk individuals·TransportationTo increase safety and reduce traffic congestion, House Republicans prioritized fixingroads and bridges Minnesotans use every day. This session, lawmakers successfullydefeated the governors gas tax hike, and instead invested a historic level of existingfunds into our transpoetation infrastructure statewide.Local Aid to Fix Roads: A more than $100 million influx of funding for roads overtwo years, with an additional $16 million for small cities' road projects. Over the nextfour years, Sherbarne County will receive over S1.6 million in increased funding, MilleLacs Coanty will receive over S135 mln, and Kanabec County will receive over$890,000.Bridges: 97 beidges will be repaired or replaced statewide as a result of $25 million infunds for a new local beidge accountLight Rail: Republicans stopped state dollars from funding ongolng operating costsfor Southwest Light RailEducationThe Pioneer Press hailed House Republican efforts as "one of thebiggest reforms to state education policy in recent history.For our CommunityThe K-12 Educton Budget passed by the House Education Policy Committee, whichI chair, partners more than $1.3 billion of increased funding. incluigvisson toinclude a 2% yearly increase to the per pupil formula that was requested by our schooldistricts, with proven reforms includingLake Mille Lacs Area: For the LakeMille Lacs area, our Jobs and EnergyOmnibus bill included an extension of theMille Lacs relief program for another yearand set the reduction to a five percent lossIn the Capital Investment bill, $800,000was allocated to City of Isle for the MaloneIsland Bridge.Ending the "Last In, First Out" default layoff policy for schools to keep the bestteachers in the classroomInvesting in proven early education programming like pre-K scholarships and schoolreadiness,overhauling the broken teacher licensure system to help hire more teachers toaddress the shortageWifi Speeds: A new small celltechnology initiative will bring SGwireless internet to Minnesota-100sFunding Our Local Schools: Independent School Districts 332. 333,473, 477 480and 912 will see more than $3.7 million in new per-pupil funding which means moredollars in the classroom foe our students and teachersfaster than the current 4G service1947 Ridge Road, Princeton, MN 55371

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Agriculture Reform & Investment Republicans stand beside farmers, and the Agriculture Budget peioritizes the needs of the ag community including: 240,000 farmers will receive property tax relief to reduce their disproportionate share of school district debt service Recruiting the Next Generation of Farmers and Ag-innovators: Careers in agriculture are often overlooked by young people due to a lack of first-hand experience and understanding of what options are available. Republicans mmitted needed funding for ag production, ag education, and youth programs Sondra Erickson rep.sondra.erickson@house.mn 651-296-6746 2017 Legislative Review * Halting the Decline of Pollinators and Restoring their Populations: Repablicans worked to create a new dedicated Polinator Habitat Research account that funds research to protect pollinators Tax Relief It's been nearly two decades since Minnesotans have received meaningful tax relief, The 2017 Tax Relief bill, championed by House Republicans, delivers $650 million in tax relief to Minnesota families over the next two years, and $700 million in 2020-2021 Health Care Nearly 284,000 senior citizen tax returns (single axl married fin ng jointly wit receive tax redactions 2,000 of those will no longer pay state income tax on their social security benefits Emergency Premium Aid & Access: House Republicans acted quickly to provide a 25 percent health insurance premium rebate and ensure continued access to doctors for A family of four making $50,000 a year will receive an additional $1,200 toward their child care espenses 65,000 students will receive an average of a through a new tax credit for student loan payments. patients receiving life-saving treatment «mtctkn in their tacs Lowering Costs, increasing Choices: A suite of reforms passed by House Republicans provides more affordable options for small businesses and their employees, protects consumers from unfair billing practices, and allows organizations with member owners such as farm cooperatives- to provide health insurance to their members. Furthermore,a new reinsurance law brings Minnesota closer to its pre-Obamacare system, where the relatively small pool of individuals and fami les who buy insurance on thelr own are not left to bear the cost of high risk individuals · Transportation To increase safety and reduce traffic congestion, House Republicans prioritized fixing roads and bridges Minnesotans use every day. This session, lawmakers successfully defeated the governors gas tax hike, and instead invested a historic level of existing funds into our transpoetation infrastructure statewide. Local Aid to Fix Roads: A more than $100 million influx of funding for roads over two years, with an additional $16 million for small cities' road projects. Over the next four years, Sherbarne County will receive over S1.6 million in increased funding, Mille Lacs Coanty will receive over S135 mln, and Kanabec County will receive over $890,000. Bridges: 97 beidges will be repaired or replaced statewide as a result of $25 million in funds for a new local beidge account Light Rail: Republicans stopped state dollars from funding ongolng operating costs for Southwest Light Rail Education The Pioneer Press hailed House Republican efforts as "one of the biggest reforms to state education policy in recent history. For our Community The K-12 Educton Budget passed by the House Education Policy Committee, which I chair, partners more than $1.3 billion of increased funding. incluigvisson to include a 2% yearly increase to the per pupil formula that was requested by our school districts, with proven reforms including Lake Mille Lacs Area: For the Lake Mille Lacs area, our Jobs and Energy Omnibus bill included an extension of the Mille Lacs relief program for another year and set the reduction to a five percent loss In the Capital Investment bill, $800,000 was allocated to City of Isle for the Malone Island Bridge. Ending the "Last In, First Out" default layoff policy for schools to keep the best teachers in the classroom Investing in proven early education programming like pre-K scholarships and school readiness, overhauling the broken teacher licensure system to help hire more teachers to address the shortage Wifi Speeds: A new small cell technology initiative will bring SG wireless internet to Minnesota-100s Funding Our Local Schools: Independent School Districts 332. 333,473, 477 480 and 912 will see more than $3.7 million in new per-pupil funding which means more dollars in the classroom foe our students and teachers faster than the current 4G service 1947 Ridge Road, Princeton, MN 55371

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