In the last several weeks John Kline votes to give himself a raise, votes for the richest among us to continue to receive tax breaks, and then votes to pay for both by cutting services from the working poor.
Kline says he stands for families, but his voting tells another tale. In the next few weeks the Senate and House will have to hammer out a budget agreement. To date both versions are fundamentally flawed because the tax cuts are being paid for by cutting necessary services like daycare, student aid and health services to the working poor. Before that happens let Kline know that tax breaks to the rich while cutting services to the poor is just not Minnesota Values.