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Focus on Alzheimer's Disease
Posted on 20 March 2015

Last week, I attended a reception by the International Society to Advance Alzheimer's Research and Treatment (ISTAART). The guest speaker was Michael Weiner, M.D., a professor at University of California, San Francisco and a leading researcher in this field. He put research on Alzheimer's in perspective with research on cancer and other critical conditions. He highly recommended reading The Emperor of All Maladies, a book on cancer. I noticed that PBS has a documentary with this title scheduled for March 30. ISTAART has a conference scheduled on July 18-23 in Washington, D.C.

There are an estimated 100,000 Minnesotans living with Alzheimer's disease, and that figure is predicted to increase significantly as the Baby Boomers age. Symptoms of Alzheimer's include memory loss and wandering.

Several bills were heard earlier this week in the House Health and Human Services Reform Committee on this issue. H.F. 805 was passed and referred to the next committee. That bill directs the Commissioner of Public Safety to set up a working group to study Minnesota's need for a Silver Alert System to aid in the recovery of senior citizens with dementia, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's disease or other mental disabilities.

The Alzheimer's Association has a Helpline available 24/7, 1-800-272-3900.

Please contact me anytime with your input on this and other legislative issues. I can be reached by phone at (651) 296-3533 or by email at

Open Doors Empty Bowl Fundraiser
Posted on 5 March 2015

My empty bowl from The Open Doors Empty Bowls Fundraiser at St. John Neumann Church. Lots of friends and neighbors there.

There are many in our community who sometimes go hungry and "Empty Bowls" is one of many programs to help raise awareness of hunger and poverty - even in our own midst. The Open Door program has a food shelf as well as a mobile unit to get food to those in need.

Legislative Update - 20 February 2015
Posted on 21 February 2015

Dear Friends,

I have had the pleasure of meeting with many advocacy groups and constituents recently at the Capitol. It is a busy place this time of year and legislators are anxiously awaiting next week's February Economic Forecast. The forecast will provide insight into Minnesota's budget situation - currently projected to be a $1 billion surplus. We must pass a balanced budget this session for the next two years.

Mental Health Hubs
Two bills were introduced this week to make mental health services in Minnesota more accessible. We have heard compelling testimony in committee from individuals affected by our state's lack of mental health resources which can force patients to travel to neighboring states to find an open mental health bed. These proposals would establish and provide funding for regional mental health hubs to improve access to crisis beds, outpatient services and other mental health resources. Improving access to mental health is important to not only those with mental illnesses, but to their families, doctors, first-responders that handle crisis situations and taxpayers who pick up the tab for our current lack of care.

Working Parents Act
This week, legislators unveiled the Working Parents Act, aimed at providing greater opportunity and economic security to working Minnesotans. The Working Parents Act includes five legislative proposals:

Earned Sick and Safe Time: Over 1 million working Minnesotans lack access to paid sick time. The Working Parents Act would guarantee Minnesota workers have access to earned sick and safe time to care for themselves, a sick child, or a loved one, or to seek services due to domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault.

Paid Family Leave: Only 13% of Minnesotans have access to paid family leave, meaning workers are often forced to choose between their families and their jobs. The Working Parents Act would create an insurance program to provide all Minnesota employees with a percentage of their wages for up to 6 weeks so they can afford to take time off to bond with a new child, care for an elder or seriously-ill family member, or deal with pregnancy-related health concerns.

Putting a Stop to Wage Theft: Wage theft occurs when workers who are denied overtime pay, refused pay for hours worked, or paid less than the minimum wage. The Working Parents Act would crack down on wage theft by increasing penalties for wage theft, extending the statute of limitations on all wage theft to 6 years, and protecting workers from employer retaliation.

Scheduling Fairness and Flexibility: Many Minnesota workers lack a predictable work schedule which can affect economic security and stability for families. The Working Parents Act would ensure more predictability in scheduling for workers, limit last-minute or on-call shifts, and protect workers from employer retaliation.

Tip Fairness for Servers: Several Minnesota restaurants in recent years have deducted the cost of credit and debit card transaction fees from servers' tips. The Working Parents Act would prohibit businesses from deducting credit card processing fees from tips that are earned by servers and make sure that tips given by a customer go into the pockets of hardworking Minnesotans.

Together, these measures that will make a real difference in the lives of Minnesota families. I'm hopeful that we can make progress on these issues this year.

Town Hall Meeting
Please join Senator Jim Carlson and invited guest Justice Anderson at a town hall meeting this Saturday. The meeting will take place Saturday, February 21 from 10:15am -11:45am at the Wescott Library (1340 Wescott Rd Eagan, MN 55123). Justice Anderson will be providing us with an update on the Capitol Restoration Project. I hope to see you there!

In the coming days and weeks, I will be examining many legislative proposals. Please contact me anytime during the legislative session with your input. I can be reached by phone at (651) 296-3533 or by email at


Sandy Masin
State Representative

Legislative Update from Rep. Sandy Masin - January 30, 2015
Posted on 30 January 2015

Dear Neighbor,

The 2015 Legislative Session officially began on January 6. In addition to all the newly elected officials taking the oath of office, a number of operating procedures were approved. The highlight was the installation of the new Chief Clerk, Patrick D. Murphy. Pat has been part of the Chief Clerk's Office for quite a while and will do a great job.

After session on January 15th, the House held a ceremony and reception to honor the former Chief Clerk, Albin A. Mathiowetz, for 43 years of service. We are extremely fortunate to have such dedicated and knowledgeable individuals help us carry out the duties of the House of Representatives.

On the second day, January 7, legislators gathered at the Humphrey Institute for One Minnesota. This gives us a chance to hear from our State Demographer, our State Economist and other resources on issues that will be important during the next couple of years and beyond. The changing of our demographics is particularly important as we plan for the future.

The majority of committee work this month has been getting overviews from various agencies and organizations, but the bills are now starting to come through. I am serving on the following committees: Aging and Long-Term Care, Health and Human Service Reform, and Transportation Policy and Finance.

Recently, I spent a morning at Burnsville High School watching the Robotics Team work on their project, a robot that can stack recycle containers. The students use some sophisticated equipment to accomplish this task. I was fascinated by the 3-D printer. They make many of the parts they need with this machine, parts that they designed. In addition to building the robot, the team is also developing a presentation and a display about their work.

The project has to be done in six weeks, so the students and their adult mentors spend extensive time working on it. It means all day Saturday as well as many hours during the week.

I'd like to invite you to my upcoming town hall meeting with Senator Carlson on February 21 from 10:15-11:45 at the Wescott Library (1340 Wescott Rd, Eagan MN 55123). We will be discussing a variety of legislative issues and all are welcome.

Please be in touch anytime with your questions, comments and concerns. I appreciate hearing from you.


Sandy Masin
State Representative

Holiday Wishes to All
Posted on 19 December 2014

This is a busy time as we celebrate the Holidays, try to put closure on some items as 2014 draws to a close, and prepare for the New Year.

This is the season for some of us to focus on our respective religious heritage, and of course, our families and friends. It is a time for celebration. Wherever you are and however you observe the Holidays, I wish you peace and joy.

Sandy Masin

Rep. Masin at DFL Senior Caucus Meeting
Posted on 10 December 2014

Rep. Masin attended the meeting of the DFL Senior Caucus (South Metro chapter). She spoke about transportation issues for our area and especially issues facing senior citizens.

Ms. Courtney Whited, DARTS Mobility Management Program Manager, provided many specific details about DARTS programs and brought a lot of reference material.

Both speakers answered many questions in the lively discussion that followed their presentations.


Happy New Year Celebration with the Hmong Community
Posted on 29 November 2014

Celebrated the New Year with the Hmong community in my district. Just wonderful!


Thanksgiving Reflection
Posted on 26 November 2014

I look upon Thanksgiving Day as a time to reflect on all the blessings we have as citizens of the United States of America. In addition to living in a country that is endowed with a bounty of natural resources, we have the opportunity to live in a peaceful environment, we have the freedom to worship as we choose, and we have the right to choose our political leaders.

Since this holiday closely follows our recent election, I want to again extend my appreciation to everyone who supported my election to the Minnesota House of Representatives. I am extremely grateful for your confidence in me and I will do my best to maintain that trust.

I want to thank everyone who took time to vote and to participate in the campaign and election process. Benjamin Franklin's quote, "A Republic, if you can keep it," should always be kept in mind. It takes the effort of each and every citizen to keep a government that recognizes the worth of each individual.

We also celebrated Veterans Day this month, a time to honor all those that made possible the freedoms we enjoy in this country.

Perhaps, too, we should also think about the future and the legacy that we will be passing on to the generations that follow us. Will we be able to leave them with enough resources and freedoms so they will have the opportunities that we have enjoyed?

Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.


Image says it all!
Posted on 21 November 2014

One of our friends made that sign and took the picture - WE LOVE IT!!! I bet you do too...
[click the image for a larger version.]


Election Results and THANK YOU!
Posted on 5 November 2014

The Election yesterday yielded the following results for our House District, 51A, according to the Secretary of State: With 100% of the Precincts counted, Republican Andrea Todd-Harlin received 6821 votes, or 48.34%. Democratic-Farmer-Labor Sandra Masin received 7262 votes, or 51.47%. There were 27 write-in votes, or 0.19%.

Rep. Sandy Masin released this message:

My sincere appreciation to everyone who supported my election to the Minnesota House of Representatives. I am extremely grateful for your confidence in me and I will do my best to maintain that trust.

I want to thank everyone who took time to vote and to participate in the campaign and election process. Benjamin Franklin's quote, "A Republic, if you can keep it," should always be kept in mind. It takes the effort of each and every citizen to keep a government that recognizes the worth of each individual.

We can now concentrate all our efforts on Minnesota's future.

Many thanks,

A Special THANK YOU to ALL!
Posted on 15 August 2014

Thank you to all who made our Primary Election a success: the voters, the judges, and the campaign workers. I want to especially express my gratitude to everyone who helped with my campaign, there are so-so many of you I cannot list each of you separately. But know that your contributions and your efforts mean so much! This involvement is important to maintaining our form of democratic government and our freedom. Thank you again!

We are focusing now on General Election Day on November 4, 2014. We can use all the help you can provide, from financial contributions, volunteer time, displaying yard signs (see below, our new sign), displaying bumper stickers, parading with us, phonecalling, hosting meet-and-greet events, and more. Please click this link for more information.

Please remember to VOTE on that day. If you wish, you can now vote using the Absentee Ballot process. These ballots are available starting September 19, 2014 from the Secretary of State. See information here. If you are not registered to vote, check out the links in the red box on the right side of this page for more information.

We are quite pleased with our new sign:

A very special adventure!
Posted on 4 August 2014

Rep. Masin posted a lovely blog entry here about her encounter with the Minnesota Civil Air Patrol. Enjoy! (Pictures, too!)

(BTW, Sandy Masin holds the rank of Major in the CAP.)

End of 2013-2014 Legislative Session: What Was Accomplished
Posted on 17 May 2014

The House wrapped up the 2013-2014 Legislative Session on Friday 16 May, 2014. For the first time in a decade the session actually ended early.

This biennium (2-year session) was extraordinarily productive. The budgets which were passed were balanced, Minnesotans will experience tax relief in various forms (in the form of tax cuts to low- and middle-income Minnesotans and in refunds of property taxes, as well as renter's credits.) More than 320,000 Minnesotans will receive a wage increase over the next two years as the minimum wage hike takes effect in stages to reach $9.50 per hour in 2016.

Our schools budgets, decimated by the previous administration, have now been restored although much remains to be done to make up for the many years of neglect.

The new budgets and allocations are in areas that invest in the infrastructure of the state and the human capital of the state. Long Term care caregivers to seniors and disabled persons will receive long-deserved wage raises, job creation and broadband in Greater Minnesota, higher education, education from pre-K to higher education will see more financial allocations, and even potholes in the state which damage cars and impede on smooth transportation received attention and financial allocations. And the budget is balanced!

Of great significance is the passage of Women's Economic Security Act (WESA). This act closes the gaps in wages between genders, provides increased workplace protections, flexibility in employment to pregnant mothers, and expands job opportunities for women in higher-wages jobs.

The last session built on several other significant achievements in 2013: Funding all day kindergarten care for all Minnesota families, and the passage of marriage equality.

There is a lot to be proud and please be assured that none of this would have taken place without your steadfast support, encouragement and communications with your legislators - telling them what you as citizens of the State of Minnesota want to happen!

If you like to know more specific information about specific items, please do not hesitate to call my office at 651/296-3533, or email me at

Thank you all!

Rep. Sandy Masin
House District 51A

Women's Economic Security Act (WESA) Passes
Posted on 12 May 2014

So much has been going on in the Legislature, culminating months or arduous work and preparation, discussions, and consultations with experts, legislators, and foremost - Voters like you, the reader!

The Women's Economic Security Act (WESA) passes: This is major piece of legislation encompassing various laws that deal with employment fairness, wage fairness, opportunities and wide investments in the future of the State of Minnesota. Rep. Masin was the lead author on the legislative part that dealt with elimination of retaliation against employees who voluntarily discuss their salaries and increase of transparency in the area of wages paid at the workplace.

Gov. Dayton signed this legislation at a festive ceremony in the Governor's Reception Room in the Minnesota State Capitol. The room was filled with legislators, advocates, and their families.

“The Act will provides access to higher wages jobs, wage disclosure protections, pregnancy and nursing accommodations, ensure that women have opportunities to increase their economic security, and more. It tries to address some of the issues that have prevented many women in Minnesota from gaining an economic foothold and helps provide a pathway to prosperity. This is long overdue!"

Patricia Tanji, an Eagan resident and the president of Pay Equity Coalition of MN worked on this Act and its components tirelessly! Senator Sandy Pappas was another important contributor and person to help this act become a reality!

Patty Tanji and Rep. Masin at the signing ceremony

Sen. Pappas, Rep. Masin, and Patty Tanji

Patty, daughter Laura and Rep. Masin

Women's Economic Security Act
Posted on 30 March 2014

Last week, the House Jobs and Economic Development Finance and Policy Committee approved a bill (HF 2274) authored by State Representative Sandra Masin (DFL-Eagan). The bill became one of seven parts(*) of the Women's Economic Security Act (HF 2536) carried by Rep. Carly Melin.

Masin's bill bars discrimination or retaliation against any employee who discusses salaries and wages with fellow employees. All too often, a worker is threatened by an employer or fired for participating in a discussion about wages in the workplace. It is the law of the land that employees receive equal pay for equal work, but if they do not have information about the comparable wages, they have no way to secure their rights.

With more and more women in the workplace, the University of Minnesota Humphrey School's Center on Women & Public Policy study found that families headed by women are four times more likely to live in poverty. Moreover, the median pay of women is only 80% of the median pay of men.

Clearly, having more information about the pay at the workplace will go a long way in securing equal rights for women in the workplace in the area of payscales. Said Rep. Masin:

"These bills [Women's Economic Security Act] are designed to make sure all workers have equal rights and opportunities in the work place, [..] More and more households are depending on women to support them financially, and now is the time to address the barriers that are still in place for those women."
Rep. Masin wrote in her blog:
The Women's Economic Security Act builds on Minnesota's positive economic momentum by ensuring equal opportunities for women to succeed in the workplace and provide for their families. Members of the public, small business owners, and religious organizations testified in support of the bill at today's hearing.

(*) In addition to the main bill by Rep. Carly Melin, the other 5 components of the legislation heard during last week's committee hearing were:
  • Rep. Yvonne Selcer: Author of HF 2243 (Women entrepreneurs business development grant program created, and money appropriated).
  • Rep. Barb Yarusso: Author of HF 2259 (Nursing mothers; unfair employment practices clarified).
  • Rep. Will Morgan: Author of HF 2291 (Women's economic self-sufficiency promoted; gender segregation in the workforce reduced; gender pay gap reduced through the participation of women in high-wage, high-demand, nontraditional occupations; women and nontraditional jobs grant program established; and money appropriated).
  • Rep. Paul Rosenthal: Author of HF 2366 (Unemployment benefits eligibility modified when applicant is a victim of sexual assault or stalking).
  • Rep. Phyllis Kahn: Author of HF 2371 (Pregnancy and parenting leave provided, and pregnancy accommodations required).

Tax Relief to more than 1 Million Minnesotans
Posted on 26 March 2014

Dear Neighbors and Friends,

Last week, the House continued their quick pace by passing a bill to offer tax relief for more than a million middle class Minnesotans. Governor Dayton signed it into law just a few hours later.

Much of the tax relief offered in this bill will come through conforming the state tax code to the federal tax code. It helps makes the process simpler for those filing taxes and for those who process them. But because this change took place during tax season, I'm sure you may have questions about how this bill will impact your 2013 tax return.

What benefits were added for the 2013 returns?
1. Working Family Credit
2. Mortgage Insurance Deduction
3. Mortgage Debt Forgiveness
4. Deduction for Educator Expenses
5. Higher Education Tuition Deduction
6. Student Loan Interest Deduction
7. Education Savings Accounts
8. National Health Corps Scholarships
9. Employer-Provided: Education, Adoption, Transit
10. Tax-Free Charitable IRA Distributions

The bill provides $49 million in tax relief for 2013 through these ten deductions and credits. If you aren't sure whether you qualify for one or more of these tax benefits, follow the link HERE to see more details.

What should I do with my tax return?
Once you know whether you qualify for these benefits or not, use this simple chart to help determine what you need to do next.
What to do with 2013 MN Return

If you qualify for one of the benefits listed above AND you haven't filed your tax return yet, the Department of Revenue is asking that you wait until April 3rd to file your return. At that point, all of the necessary changes will have been made to the software that is used to process state returns.

What will happen after I file my return?
You won't need to do anything right way. If you've already filed, or if an amended tax return is needed, the Department of Revenue will contact you by mail sometime after April 15.

What if I have more questions?
More information is available at the Department of Revenue website (HERE). If you still have questions, please don't hesitate to contact me by phone (651-296-3533) or email ( I'm always happy to help with any issues you might have.

Rep. Sandra Masin

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