MN Tax bill deserves ‘smoking’ hot veto pen’ says DFL

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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.

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