Democratic leaders release state budget outline; details to be negotiated
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Democratic leaders plan to raise Minnesotans’ taxes $2 billion in the next two years, with much of the money going for education.
The governor and legislative leaders announced this afternoon, eight days before lawmakers must adjourn for the year, that they have an outline for how to spend $38 billion in the next two years and how to raise money they need.
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