ST. PAUL, Minn. — As tax season gets underway, Senator Heather Gustafson (DFL-Vadnais Heights) is highlighting the new national leading Child Tax Credit and encouraging families to file to claim it.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Yesterday, our colleague, Senator Ron Latz, held a press conference and used dehumanizing, inflammatory language and rhetoric in his remarks about Palestinians. He recited a litany of hateful, prejudicial and demonstrably false claims, describing Gaza as “poisonous,” and asserting that “Palestinian youth dream of the opportunity to achieve glory and even martyrdom by killing as many Jews as possible.” Through his language, Senator Latz assigned nefarious motives to Palestinian children, describing them all as aspiring murderers. His remarks were irresponsible and dangerous.
Senator Heather Gustafson Delivers Nearly $20 Million for Infrastructure Projects in Lino Lakes and White Bear Lake
SAINT PAUL, Minn. — Senator Heather Gustafson (DFL–Vadnais Heights) announced Monday evening that she secured $19.6 Million in funding for infrastructure projects in her Senate District through two bonding bills passed on the final day of the 2023 legislative session.
SAINT PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Senate passed a major tax bill Sunday afternoon which included a provision authored by Senator Heather Gustafson allocating $300 Million in public safety funding for counties and local governments.
Senator Heather Gustafson Lauds Senate Passage of Largest Public School Funding Boost in State History
SAINT PAUL, Minn. — In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the Senate passed the $2.3 billion Education budget bill. Senator Heather Gustafson (DFL—Vadnais Heights), Vice of Chair of the Senate Education Finance Committee, voted in favor of the legislation.
Senator Heather Gustafson Votes for $4 Billion in Tax Cuts, Including $325 Million in Public Safety Investments
SAINT PAUL, Minn. — Senator Heather Gustafson (DFL—Vadnais Heights) voted in favor of the Senate Tax bill Tuesday evening, which includes $4 billion in tax cuts — the largest tax cut in state history.