Homes for All Blog

Just as in the Housing Finance and HHS committees, the tax committees made significant changes that will support families across the housing continuum and help affordable housing providers keep rents affordable. In alignment with the Homes for All agenda, these victories include the following:

  • 4d tax rate--- a change we’ve spent years advocating for!
    • This change also interacts well with the SHARE funding
  • County aid for housing
  • Renters’ credit change
  • Child tax credit change



To continue celebrating the major legislative accomplishments that will benefit Minnesotans and their housing circumstances, we are focusing today’s post on the Health and Human Services omnibus budget, which consists of the House Health and Children and Families Committees and the Senate Health and Human Services Committee.

The Health and Human Services budget invested game-changing, life-changing and historic funding in services for people experiencing homelessness and those who are experiencing housing instability! This will work to truly save...

The Homes for All coalition is so proud, happy, and energized by the work done at the capitol this session to ensure Minnesotans have better access to safe, affordable housing.  These achievements wouldn’t have been possible without your dedicated advocacy efforts, so thank you! We are also grateful to housing champions in the Minnesota House and Senate for showing commitment to these issues. 

To recognize and celebrate this work, we are doing a blog series to highlight important...

With a budget surplus of $17.6 billion, this legislative session gives us an incredible, historic opportunity to improve and transform housing in Minnesota by investing in the full continuum to prevent and end homelessness, make rents more affordable, build more safe, dignified, accessible homes, and create opportunities to make home ownership a reality. Please call Senate Majority Leader Sen. Kari Dziedzic (651-296-7809) and Speaker of the House Rep. Melissa Hortman (651-296-4280) and encourage them to invest big...

Today, the Minnesota House DFL released their plan to reduce housing costs during the 2022 session. Homes for All is incredibly excited to see unprecedented and monumental $1.8 billion investments in housing across the continuum. These $1.8 billion investments will help us meet the critical and growing needs and ensure that all Minnesotans are safely and stably housed. 

We want to thank the House DFL for recognizing the need for investments across the continuum. We...

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Homes for All is a statewide coalition that advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans. Homes for All supports statewide investment across Minnesota's Housing Continuum.