Cabin owners, tax breakless since 2001, say it's the time for a little support
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota cabin owners, feeling victimized by the state property tax system, hope to get a break.
Some could pay lower taxes under a bill that on Wednesday began its journey through the Legislature.
"It would be a stop-gap for a few people who really need help," said Jeff Forester, a representative of cabin owners statewide.
Cabin owners are the only group of property owners who have not received a property tax break since 2001, he added.
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