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Senator Matt Klein’s bill to Legalize Sports Betting Advances through Senate Commerce Committee

ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Tuesday, the Senate Commerce and Consumer Protection heard Senator Matt Klein’s (DFL – Mendota Heights) bill to legalize sports betting in Minnesota. This was the second time the bill was heard in Senate Commerce this… Read More »Senator Matt Klein’s bill to Legalize Sports Betting Advances through Senate Commerce Committee

Ticket Transparency Bill advances through Senate Commerce and Consumer Protection Committee 

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Senator Matt Klein’s (DFL – Mendota Heights) bill to increase transparency and fairness in ticket sales passed its first committee stop on Thursday afternoon. In 2022, ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras tour brought widespread attention… Read More »Ticket Transparency Bill advances through Senate Commerce and Consumer Protection Committee 

Senator Matt Klein highlights the new Child Tax Credit as tax season begins

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Tax season has opened, and Senator Matt Klein (DFL-Mendota Heights) is highlighting the new Child Tax Credit, as well as other expanded tax savings, that were passed into law during the 2023 session. Minnesotans with children under age 18 may qualify for up to $1,750 per child, but individuals must file to claim it.  

Senators Ann Rest, Matt Klein Praise Historic Tax Relief Bill Delivering Billions in Tax Cuts to Millions of Minnesotans

Measure Includes Tax Rebates, Social Security Tax Cuts, A Child Tax Credit, Property Tax Relief, Tax Cuts for Charities, $300 Million In Public Safety Funds 

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Senate Tax Chair Ann Rest (DFL-New Hope) and Vice Chair Matt Klein (DFL-Mendota Heights) said the Senate passed a tax cut bill on Sunday that includes $4 billion in tax relief over four years for millions of workers, families, charities, and seniors.  It includes the Governor’s child tax credit that will cut child poverty across the state by one-third, more than $1.24 billion in Social Security tax cuts for 322,000 Seniors, as well as $300 million to bolster public safety in every Minnesota community.