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Commissioners, lobbyists and media crowd Gov. Mark Dayton after he announced his proposed two-year budget during an address Tuesday at the Capitol in St. Paul. Forum News Service photo by Don Davis

Governor’s broad plan calls for boosting Minnesota’s tax revenue by more than $2 billion

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ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton said tax changes he proposed Tuesday would not cost middle-class Minnesotans more money.

Dayton said his state budget and tax reform plan is a starting point for conversation as the Minnesota Legislature works to set a two-year budget by May 20. While he highlighted key proposals, questions remain.

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