2004 Taxpayers League Of Minnesota Scorecard

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OUR MISSION Michael Wigley Chairman, Taxpayers League THE 2004 LEGISLATIVE SESSION "The Taxpayers League's mission is to represent Minnesotans who believe in limited government, low taxation, local control, free enterprise and the Constitutional principles set forth by our nation's founders. The Taxpayers League is fighting to reduce and reform taxation, eliminate government waste and improve efficiency. It serves as a strong voice for all taxpaying citizens in Minnesota." 2004 LEGISLATIVE SCORECARD A Guide to Minnesota Lawmakers’ Votes on Taxes and Spending HOW TO USE THE TAXPAYERS LEAGUE SCORECARD This scorecard reports key votes l awmakers cast on taxes and spending. A “+” vote denotes a pro- taxpayer position. The rating reflects the percentage of pro-taxpayer votes cast. Also reported is the cumulative score for each state legislator for years 1997-2004. The Taxpayers League of Minnesota is a nonpartisan nonprofit grassroots taxpayer advocacy organization representing thousands of Minnesotans. It fights for lower taxes, limited government and the full empowerment of taxpaying citizens in accordance with Constitutional principles. Nothing in this scorecard implies endorsement of any candidate for public office. PLEASE JOIN US IN FIGHTING FOR LOWER TAXES If you’re tired of Minnesota’s high taxes and big government – and you want to join the fight to change it – the Taxpayers League would like your help. To support our cause, we suggest a gift of $25 or more be sent to: TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MINNESOTA One Carlson Parkway, Ste. 120 Plymouth, MN 55447 (763) 249-5950 Fax: (763) 249-5960 Visit our website at: www.taxpayersleague.org The Taxpayers League of Minnesota One Carlson Parkway, Ste. 120 Plymouth MN 55447 TO CONTACT LAWMAKERS: HN house 8w|tchboard: .................... (651} 296-2146 To|| Free: .............................................. (800} 657-3550 HN 8enate 8w|tchboard: ................... (651} 296-0504 Covernor's 0ff|ce ................................ (651} 296-3391 U.8. house of Reps 8w|tchboard........... (202} 225-3121 U.8. 8enate 8w|tchboard ................... (202} 224-3121 Taxpayers won again at the Capitol in 2004. No new taxes and precious little new spending resulted. But many needed reforms were left on the table too, leaving much work to be done. Our best hope is a “Taxpayers Bill of Rights” which would constitutionally limit government growth to inflation-plus-popula- tion. POSITIONED TO INFLUENCE Linda Runbeck Vice-President The Taxpayers League has become the leading voice for conservatives in Minnesota— because of support from people like you! Each year, our message gets heard by more and more people, and it has made a real difference in tax and spending policies. Now our plan for “Making Minnesota Work” will bring dynamic government reforms to the table. David Strom President United States Congress Scorecard - 108th Congress 2003-04 U.8. Representet|ve 1 2 3 4 5 ê 7 8 9 10 11 8core 0|| 0utknecht (R-1st} + + + + + + - + + + + 917 Yerk Kennedy (R-êth} + + + - + + + + + + + 917 John K||ne (R-2nd} + + + - + + + + + + + 917 J|m Remsted (R-3rd} + + - - + + + + + + + 827 6o|||n Peterson (0-7th} + + - + + - - + + - - 557 ßetty Yc6o||um (0-4th} - - - + - - - - - - - 97 Jemes 0berster (0-8th} - - - + - - - - - - - 97 Yert|n 8ebo (0-5th} - - - - - - - - - - - 07 U.S. House of Representatives Votes 1} Repetr|ete Fore|gn Eern|ngs (Ro|| 6e|| 259} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l||s proposa| lo lerporar||y |oWer l|e corporale lax rale or lore|gr prol|ls, W||c| |s esl|raled lo or|rg S100 o||||or |r cap|la| ard |rveslrerl oac| |rlo l|e u.3. - creal|rg up lo êê0,000 joos. 2} E||m|nete Yerr|ege Pene|ty (Ro|| 6e|| 138} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was perrarerl|y e||r|rale l|e rarr|age lax pera|ly or Wor||rg lar|||es. 3} 6ontro| 8pend|ng (Pert 1} (Ro|| 6e|| 315} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l|e Far||y 8udgel Prolecl|or Acl, W||c| caps groWl| |r erl|l|ererl ard d|screl|orary sperd|rg ard ersures l|al sav|rgs lror sperd|rg culs are used lor del|c|l reducl|or ard lax culs - rol lrarslerred lo ol|er progrars. 8} Lower hee|th 6ere 6osts (Ro|| 6e|| 1êê} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo |e|p corlro| |ea|l| care cosls oy reduc|rg lr|vo|ous |aWsu|ls aga|rsl |ea|l| care prov|ders. 9} No Fest Food Lewsu|ts (Ro|| 6e|| 54} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l||s |eg|s|al|or W||c| ra|es |rd|v|dua| eal|rg |ao|ls a persora| respors|o|||ly - rol l|e lau|l ol l|e lasl- lood |rduslry. 9} 6ontro| 8pend|ng (Pert 2} (Ro|| 6e|| 318} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l|e 3perd|rg Corlro| Acl W||c| |rposes a cap or ledera| goverrrerl sperd|rg. 10} Enhence 0ur Energy 8ecur|ty (Ro|| 6e|| 239} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo er|arce our erergy secur|ly oy |rcreas|rg doresl|c o|| supp|y l|roug| dr||||rg |r l|e Arl|c Nal|ora| w||d||le Reluge (ANwR). 1} ßen |nternet Texes (Ro|| 6e|| 77} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo oar laxal|or ol l|e |rlerrel. 2} Repetr|ete Fore|gn Eern|ngs (Ro|| 6e|| 91} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l||s proposa| lo lerporar||y |oWer l|e corporale lax rale or lore|gr prol|ls, W||c| |s esl|raled lo or|rg S100 o||||or |r cap|la| ard |rveslrerl oac| |rlo l|e u.3. - creal|rg up lo êê0,000 joos. 3} Reduce 8pend|ng & 6ut the 0ef|c|t (Ro|| 6e|| Vote 58} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl l|e 2005 oudgel reso|ul|or W||c| eracls ||r|ls or d|screl|orary sperd|rg ard prov|des S82 o||||or |r lax re||el. 4} Reject 6ost|y 6||mete 6henge Act (Ro|| 6e|| 420} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l|e VcCa|r-L|eoerrar 'C||rale 3leWards||p Acl¨ W||c| Wou|d pul slr|cl greer|ouse ellecl corlro|s or Arer|car |rduslry, severe|y cr|pp||rg our ecorory. 5} 0on't ßen 0utsourc|ng (Ro|| 6e|| 32} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l||s proposa| lo oar overseas oulsourc|rg oy l|e ledera| goverrrerl, a rove W||c| Wou|d ra|se cosls lor goverrrerl ard laxpayers. ê} Reject Pork-ßerre| 8pend|ng (Ro|| 6e|| 3} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l|e S820 o||||or orr|ous oudgel o||| W||c| |rc|udes everyl||rg lror S50 r||||or lor ar |rdoor ra|r loresl |r loWa lo S100,000 lor ar lrlerral|ora| 3loryle|||rg Cerler |r Terressee. 7} Promote Free Trede|Reject 0rug Re|mportet|on (Ro|| 6e|| 15ê} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl a lree lrade agreererl W||c| oars l|e re|rporlal|or ol drugs (ard lore|gr pr|ce corlro|s) oac| |rlo l|e u.3. U.S. Senate Votes 8} Protect 0vert|me ßenef|ts for Low-wege workers (Ro|| 6e|| 79} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l||s allerpl lo dery ar exlers|or ol overl|re pay lo 1.3 r||||or |oW- Wage Wor|ers. 9} 6|ess Act|on Reform (Ro|| 6e|| 154} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo over|au| c|ass acl|or ||l|gal|or ru|es W||c| oerel|l lr|a| |aWyers al l|e experse ol corsurers. 10} we|fere to work (Ro|| 6e|| ê5} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo exlerd l|e We|lare-lo-Wor| prograr W||c| |e|ps peop|e gel oll We|lare ard |rlo sleady-pay|rg joos. 11} 6ontro| hee|th 6ere 6osts (Ro|| 6e|| êê} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo |e|p corlro| |ea|l| care cosls oy reduc|rg lr|vo|ous |aWsu|ls aga|rsl |ea|l| care prov|ders. ÷ = Taxpayer Fr|erd|y vole - = Taxpayer urlr|erd|y vole ¯ = Nol vol|rg U.S. Senator 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Score Norm Coleman (R) + + + + - - + + + + + 81% Mark Dayton (D) + + - - - + - - - - - 27% 4} Reject Pork-ßerre| ßudget ß||| (Ro|| 6e|| ê7ê - 0ec. 8, 2003} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo rejecl l|e S820 o||||or orr|ous oudgel o||| W||c| |rc|udes everyl||rg lror S50 r||||or lor ar |rdoor ra|r loresl |r loWa lo S100,000 lor ar lrlerral|ora| 3loryle|||rg Cerler |r Terressee. 5} 6ep Regu|etory 6osts (Ro|| 6e|| 188} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo p|ace a ||r|l or l|e arourl ol regu|alory cosls ledera| agerc|es car |rpose or l|e pr|vale seclor. ê} |mprove hee|th 6ere Access (Ro|| 6e|| 130} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo erao|e |rd|v|dua|s lo ra|e lax-lree corlr|oul|ors lo |ea|l| sav|rgs accourls, |rcreas|rg corsurer c|o|ce ard |rprov|rg access lo |ea|l| care. 7} Promote Free Trede|Reject 0rug Re|mportet|on (Ro|| 6e|| 375} T|e laxpayer lr|erd|y vole Was lo supporl a lree lrade agreererl W|l| Auslra||a W||c| oars l|e re|rporlal|or ol drugs (ard lore|gr pr|ce corlro|s) oac| |rlo l|e u.3. VOTE DESCRIPTIONS STATE SENATE 9 7 - 0 4 2 0 0 4 4)61/ TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MINNESOTA Scorecard Legerd: '÷¨= pro-|axpayer vo|e '-¨= ar||-|axpayer vo|e ' ¯ ¨= ro| vo||rg MINNESOTA STATE SENATE (SJ = Senate Journal Page #) 1. NO NEW TAXES. (SJ 3804) The taxpayer friendly vote was to oppose this plan to increase taxes by $108 million, including a $56 million tax increase on “foreign- operating corporations” (FOCs) (passed 35-32) 2. CONFIRM COMMISSIONER YECKE. (SJ 4920) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject Washington-style politics and confirm Cheri-Pierson Yecke as Education Commissioner (failed 31-35) 3. ABOLISH THE STATE LOTTERY. (SJ 3914) The taxpayer friendly vote was to abolish the state lottery, enhancing government accountability (failed 19-44) 4. REJECT BAN ON OVERSEAS OUTSOURCING. (SJ 3090) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject a ban on overseas outsourcing by the state government, which would have raised costs for government and taxpayers (passed 42-19) 5. PROMOTE SCHOOL CHOICE. (SJ 4268) The taxpayer friendly vote was to allow parents to use education tax credits for tuition expenses, allowing their kids to attend the school of their choice (failed 32-34) 6. DON’T INCREASE BUSINESS COSTS. (SJ 4274) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject reducing the tax deduction for motor vehicle depreciation (failed 14-52) 7. STREAMLINE ENVIRONMENTAL PERMIT PROCESS. (SJ 4626) The taxpayer friendly vote was to streamline the environmental permit process to allow a high- tech iron-ore processing facility to be built in Northern Minnesota (passed 62-0) 8. PRESERVE MINNESOTA JOBS. (SJ 3926) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to reject increasing the minimum wage, which would destroy jobs (passed 36-30) 9. NO MORE DEBT. (SJ 4454) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to reject the Senate DFL bonding bill which would have saddled taxpayers with nearly $1 billion in new debt (failed 39-28) 10. NO PUBLIC FUNDS FOR POLITICAL PURPOSES. (SJ 4462) The taxpayer- friendly vote was to prohibit school districts from using taxpayer dollars to campaign in favor of levy referendums (failed 29-36) 11. GIVE SUPERINTENDENTS POWER TO ASSIGN TEACHERS. (SJ 4461) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to support providing superintendents, not the Unions, the authority to assign teachers (failed 32-34) 12. DON’T INCREASE SUBSIDIES FOR CITIES. (SJ 4268) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to reject increasing state aid to cities (failed 16-50) MINNESOTA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (HJ = House Journal Page #) 1. NO NEW TAXES. (HJ 7034) The taxpayer friendly vote was to oppose this plan to increase taxes on “foreign-operating corporations” (FOCs) (failed 54-76) 2. REFORM THE TAX CODE. (HJ 7042) The taxpayer friendly vote was to support this bill which includes several important reforms including tax-free health savings accounts and a single-factor sales tax for business (passed 107-25) 3. DON’T EXTEND LOCAL SALES TAX AUTHORITY. (HJ 7040) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject this proposal to give cities increased authority to impose local sales taxes (failed 34-97) 4. NO NORTHSTAR. (HJ 7117) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject state funding for the boondoggle Northstar Commuter Rail project (failed 55-78) 5. STOP UNFUNDED MANDATES ON LOCAL GOV’TS. (HJ 6562) The taxpayer friendly vote was to allow local governments to opt out of unfunded state mandates (passed 93-36) 6. PRESERVE MINNESOTA JOBS. (HJ 6603) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to reject increasing the minimum wage, which would destroy jobs (failed 55-71) 7. PROMOTE INNOVATIVE TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS. (HJ 6453) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject a ban on toll projects such as FAST Lanes, which gives motorists the option of paying a fee to avoid traffic (failed 55-77) 8. STREAMLINE ENVIRONMENTAL PERMIT PROCESS. (HJ 7554) The taxpayer friendly vote was to streamline the environmental permit process to allow a high- tech iron-ore processing facility to be built in Northern Minnesota, (passed 128-3) 9. REJECT HEALTH CARE RATIONING. (HJ 7098) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to reject this proposal for a rationed health care plan for state-sponsored health care (failed 79-49; two-thirds vote required) 10. HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. (HJ 6403) The taxpayer-friendly vote was to increase consumer choice in health care by giving state employees the option to use health savings accounts (failed 53-76) 11. DON’T BAN PHOSPHOROUS. (HJ 6756) The taxpayer friendly vote was to reject a statewide ban on phosphorous fertilizer for lawns (passed 88-40) 12. KILL THE PROPANE COUNCIL. (HJ 7556) The taxpayer friendly vote was to oppose making the Propane Council a permanent gov’t program (passed 109-23) BONUS POINTS (HOUSE & SENATE) (5 points each) SIGNED TAXPAYER PROTECTION PLEDGE (PLEDGE 1): “I, _________, pledge to the taxpayers of the ___ district of the state of Minnesota, and to the people of this state that I will oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.” SIGNED TAXPAYERS BILL OF RIGHTS (TABOR) PLEDGE (PLEDGE 2): “I pledge to the People of Minnesota to support and promote an amendment to the Minnesota Constitution that limits Government Spending Increases” P L E 0 C E 1 P L E 0 C E 2 E||en Anderson 0ôô - - - - - - * - - - - - 0 9 H|che|e ßachmann R52 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 2 100 9ô Thomas ßakk 0ô - - + - - + + - - - - - 25 20 ß||| ße|anger Jr. R40 + + - + + + + + + + + - 83 72 L|nda ßerg||n 0ô1 - - + - - - + - - - - - 17 7 0on ßetzo|d 051 - - + - - + + - - - - - 25 22 8atveer 6haudhary 050 - - * - - + + - - - - - 18 23 R|chard 6ohen 0ô4 - - + - - - + - - - - - 17 14 0|ck 0ay R2ô + + - + + + + + + + + - 83 82 8cott 0|bb|e 0ô0 - - + - - - + - - - - - 17 15 8teve 0|||e R18 + + * - + + + - - - + - 55 ô0 H|che||e F|schbach R14 + + - - + + + + + + + - 75 80 Leo Fo|ey 047 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 12 0enn|s Freder|ckson R21 + + + - + + + + + + + - 83 ôô 0av|d Ca|ther R43 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 98 0av|d hann R42 + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 100 100 L|nda h|gg|ns 058 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 8 John hott|nger 023 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 8 0ean Johnson 013 - - - - * * + - - - - * 11 34 0ebb|e Johnson R49 + + - + + + + + + + + + 92 90 H|ke Jungbauer R48 + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 2 100 95 8teve Ke||ey 044 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 13 ßob K|er||n R31 + + - + + + + + - * + - 2 78 72 8he||a K|scaden |P30 + - + + + + + + - - + - ô7 59 0ave K|e|s R15 + + - - + + + + + + + - 2 2 85 79 0av|d Knutson R37 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 82 Pau| Koer|ng R12 + + - - + + + - + + + - 2 2 77 79 Cary Kub|y 020 - - + - - + + - - - - - 25 31 Ke|th Langseth 09 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 14 6a| Larson R10 + + - * + + * + + + + - 80 7ô ßr|an Le6|a|r R5ô + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 2 100 100 warren L|mmer R32 + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 100 94 ßecky Lourey 08 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 9 8haron Harko 057 - - + - - + + - - * * - 30 31 John Harty 054 - - + - - - * - - - - - 9 19 H|ke HcC|nn R38 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 94 James Hetzen 039 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 19 Ceoff H|che| R41 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 98 Hee Houa 0ô7 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 14 8teve Hurphy 028 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 11 Thomas Neuv|||e R25 + + - * + + + + + + + - 2 87 79 8ean N|enow R17 + + + - + + + + + + + - 2 88 81 Cen 0|son R33 + + * + + + + + + + + + 2 100 8ô Ju||anne 0rtman R34 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 94 Hark 0urada R19 + + - - + + * + + + + - 2 78 74 8andra Pappas 0ô5 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 7 Pat Par|seau R3ô + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 97 88 Larry Pogem|||er 059 - - - - - - + - - - - - 8 ô Jane Ranum 0ô3 - - - - - - * - - - - - 0 9 Hady Re|ter R53 + + - + + + + + + + + + 2 2 100 94 Ann Rest 045 - - - - - - + - - - - + 17 24 6|a|re Rob||ng R35 + + - - + + + + + + + + 83 80 Ju||e Rosen R24 + + - * + + + + + + + - 82 78 6arr|e Ruud R4 + + - + + + + + + + + - 83 79 0a||as 8ams 011 - - + - - + + - - - - - 2 30 24 Tom 8axhaug 03 - * - - - + + - - - - - 18 22 L|nda 8che|d 04ô - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 14 0ave 8enjem R29 + + - * + + + + - + + - 73 78 Rod 8koe 02 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 28 wes 8kog|und 0ô2 - - + - - - + - - - - - 17 17 Yvonne 8o|on 07 - - + - - + + - - - - - 25 23 0an 8parks 027 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 29 LeRoy 8tumpf 01 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 14 0av|dTomasson| 05 - - - - - + + - - - - - 17 18 J|m v|ckerman 022 - - * - - + + * - - - - 2 25 20 ßetsy werg|n R1ô + + - - + + + + + + + - 75 75 6har|es w|ger 055 - - + - - + + - - - - - 25 32 Party/ Name District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MINNESOTA Scorecard 9 7 - 0 4 2 0 0 4 RATING 9 7 - 0 4 2 0 0 4 RAT|NC J|m Abe|er R48ß + + * - + + + - + + - - 2 ô9 ô4 Ron Abrams R43ß + + + + - + + + + + - - 75 74 Peter Ado|phson R42A + + + + + + + + + + - + 2 97 94 ßruce Anderson R19A + + + + + + + * + + * + 2 2 100 9ô |rv Anderson 03A - - - - + - - + * - + - 27 19 Jeff Anderson R27ß + + - + + * + + + + + - 82 74 Joe Atk|ns 039ß - + - - - - - + - - - - 17 17 H|chae| ßeard R35A + + + + + + + + + + - - 83 88 6onn|e ßernardy 051ß - - + - - - - + - - - - 17 24 Len ß|ernat 059A - - - - - * - + - - - - 9 20 Creg ß|a|ne R12ß + + + - + + + + + + + - 2 2 93 78 0|ck ßorre|| R19ß + + + + + + + + + + + + 100 9ô Lynda ßoudreau R2ôß + + - + - + + + + + - - 2 72 74 Fran ßrad|ey R29ß + + + + + + + + + + + - 92 78 Laura ßrod R25A + + + + + + + + + + - - 83 83 Hark ßuesgens R35ß + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 2 100 91 Lyndon 6ar|son 045ß - + + - - - - + - - - - 25 27 Karen 6|ark 0ô1A - - + * - - - * * - * - * 14 Tony 6orn|sh R24ß + + + + + + + + + + - - 83 83 Ray 6ox R25ß + + + + + + + + + + - - 83 75 Cregory 0av|ds R31ß + + + + + + + + + + + - 92 78 J|m 0avn|e 0ô2A - 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