Minnesota Republicans detailed their proposal to cut $2 billion in taxes and Democrats talked about who stands to be hurt by the resulting budget cuts.
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“Flim Flam Man”, a locally written movie is about to get the greenlight with an A-list cast and director to shoot in Minnesota. Should movie productions get a tax break? Continue Reading →
It’s a hearing about sales taxes, but it’s really about a Vikings stadium… even though no one will admit it. Continue Reading →
“When we take it from the poor, when we take it from senior citizens, when we take it from people who are disabled. I mean there’s something about our priorities here that are really getting screwed up.”—Rep. Michael Paymar (DFL) Continue Reading →
Put away that high priced credit card. That’s the message the DFL had for Minnesota’s Republican party legislators today. Continue Reading →
Before the House floor session began today at noon, House Tax Committee Chair Greg Davids (GOP) spoke to the press and outlined the Republicans’ tax-cut plan, which they say cuts first-tier income tax rates by 11 percent. Continue Reading →
Today, Governor Mark Dayton will hold a ceremony to sign HF 79/SF 47 into law. This legislation will provide $13 million in state tax reductions for college students and their parents, teachers, businesses and other tax payers by adopting most federal tax law changes made for the 2010 tax year. Continue Reading →