Gov. Pawlenty calls for business tax breaks to help Minnesota's Main Streets
ST. PAUL - Gov. Tim Pawlenty today pleaded with legislators not to raise Minnesotans' taxes while he also called for more education spending, but with strings attached.
In his annual State of the State speech, Pawlenty also said he wants to freeze all state wages.
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