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State House District 26A

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    Tina Liebling
    (DFL)

Biographical Information

What, if any, specific steps will you take to address inequalities facing women in our state?

What should government do, if anything, to provide an equitable, quality public education for all children pre-K through grade 12?

In building a vibrant economy in our state, would you emphasize reforming tax policies, addressing income inequality, or something else?

What steps, if any, should be taken to curb gun violence in our state?

What is your position on current U.S. immigration policy and what, if any, changes do you propose?

Campaign Phone (507) 289-4664
Twitter @TinaLiebling
Press for paid sick and family leave policies. Work to protect a woman's right to choose whether and when to bear a child. Work to improve the way reports of sexual assault are handled and improve the rates of prosecution--so we can prevent more sexual assaults. Raise the amount of cash assistance families receive on MFIP. Improve access to health care--especially dental care--for everyone.
Provide better funding for public schools, including funding to help support children (and their families) with challenges that keep them from learning--such as homelessness, mental health problems and dental care needs.
The cost of living has been rising but wages have not kept up. Our economy will be strongest if we make sure our kids grow up as healthy as possible and are prepared for successful careers. Investing in our people is the best way to build to a strong economy.
Universal background checks. Banning or sharply limiting certain weapons. Limiting sales of ammunition. Red flag law to intervene when someone appears to be dangerous to themselves or others.
Our country needs immigrants, so we should provide a path to earn legal status to those who are here without documents. We should accept reasonable levels of immigrants who apply to come here for financial reasons--without discrimination on the basis of race, sexual orientation, or religion. We should always have an open door to those fleeing oppression and violence in their own countries.