MN Tax bill deserves ‘smoking’ hot veto pen’ says DFL By Michael McIntee | May 3, 2012 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Economy/Jobs Subscribe to Economy/Jobs Follow this author Click photo to hear why Sen. Marty hopes Governor Dayton has a "Smokin' Hot Veto Pen." Click photo to hear why Sen. Marty hopes Governor Dayton has a "Smokin' Hot Veto Pen."A bill that would give business owners a property tax cut is hailed by Senator Geoff Michel (R-Edina) as the “best piece of legislation” to be considered his year. Senator John Marty (DFL-Roseville ) counters it deserves a “smoking’ hot veto pen” because it isn’t paid for. The bill passed the Senate 41-25. Governor Dayton has indicated he does not support the broad business property tax relief but has not said if he will veto or sign the bill. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.