Opposes feedlot moratoriums until further scientific proof is provided; Private sector to provide re-development solutions.
Remove redundancy within local state environmental agencies; Control urban sprawl.
Standardize the permitting process for concealed weapons; strengthen the State Gang Task Force.
Create a position to oversee state anti-crime programs; view crime as a public health problem.
Provide business with incentives to increase growth; treat professional sports like any other business.
Provide free college tuition for students with a B average; <font size="-1"></font>ultivate relationships with existing businesses in Minnesota.
The Voters' Voice finds farmers feeling neglected by a majority of gubernatorial candidates during this difficult harvest.
Use tobacco settlement to reduce MinnesotaCare tax; encourage greater competition within the HMO industry.
Pay for part of the elderly's prescription costs; better public awareness of MinnesotaCare.
Tax credits rather than new programs; welfare as a short-term solution.
$15 million for training workers on the verge of welfare; provide incentives for becoming self-sufficient.
Remove unreasonable tax burdens; take hard line with public employees to reduce spending.
Reduce the half-cent addition to sales tax; use state employee attrition to cut expenses.
Tax breaks to aid school expenses for parents; merit pay for superior teachers.
Higher expectations of students; more state financing of higher education.