Minn. schools to get more money with state revenue rise
By Don Davis
Forum News Service
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota schools will get $463 million more because state revenues are that much higher than expected.
A Wednesday report from Minnesota Management and Budget showed personal income tax $335 million above projections to lead the increase. That is 3.9 percent higher than expected, with corporate income taxes 10 percent higher.
Sales taxes were down slightly in the year that ended June 30.
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