Your Overdue, Insultingly Low Budget Surplus Rebate Checks Start Arriving This Week

Months after the legislative session has ended, Minnesotans will finally be receiving their surplus rebate checks. However, these checks are far below what taxpayers are owed. Of the over $20 billion in surplus cash, only $1.1 billion will be returned. On average, that’s a check of $260 for a single taxpayer.

Married filers with children have the potential to receive up to $1,300 – still a pittance compared to the $4,000+ check that taxpayers should be getting back. Remember when Tim Walz campaigned on $2,000 checks for Minnesotans last summer?

Working Minnesotans are struggling now more than ever. Nationwide, credit card debt has topped an incredible $1 trillion. Hard-working people cannot keep up with our out-of-control economy. $260 won’t even cover a week’s worth of groceries. 


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  • Robert Heller
    commented 2023-08-17 07:09:32 -0500
    Walz is a carpetbagger, pure and simple. He spent a couple years, not even a fraction of a career at my alma mater high school, Mankato West. But then, given the history of carpetbaggers, it’s no surprise the party of Bull Connor, Planned Parenthood (think Margaret Sanger) and Colonel Nathan Bedford Forrest (founder of the KKK) are still employing a tactic like carpetbagging. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? He’s a plant and Nasty Nancy and her minions have dirt on him. He must implement their communist style policies or suffer the consequences. Unfortunately, as a result of the pseudo-patriots who elected him, all Minnesotans actually do suffer! He claims to be doing what best for Minnesota? Hmmm. To quote his stumbling, dementia ridden leader, he’s a “Lyin dogfaced pony soldier!” But then, he is a modern day Democrat so we should probably not be surprised.
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  • William Beck
    published this page in News 2023-08-16 11:06:51 -0500