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