Two Say Senate Measure Will Focus on the Interests of Middle-Class Minnesotans, Putting Money Back in Pockets of Families and Individuals
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Senate Tax Chair Ann Rest (DFL-New Hope) and Vice Chair Matt Klein (DFL-Mendota Heights) announced today that the Senate Tax Committee is continuing to work on the Senate version of the 2023 tax bill, saying the measure will be announced in the coming days. The two lawmakers made their announcement on Monday, as the House Tax Committee released its own tax bill.
Senators Rest and Klein said the Senate bill will include a strong focus on the interests of Minnesota’s middle-income families and individuals.
“The Senate has been working for months on its own tax bill, with input from a wide range of Minnesotans in that process. Those productive discussions will continue as we move toward releasing the Senate tax bill in the coming days,” said Chair Rest. “We are pleased to see that the House is also moving a tax bill, and we look forward to working withour House and Senate colleagues and the Governor as we finalize a 2023 tax bill that puts the interests of Minnesota families first.”
“The Senate Tax Committee has been working to put together a tax bill that will focus on enhancing the well-being of Minnesota families and individuals by lowering costs and putting money in their pockets,” said Senator Klein. “We have heard from people across our state and will use their input to ensure that we produce a bill in the coming days that will positively impact our families, our seniors, and our communities.”