Sen. Scott Newman of Hutchinson warns fellow senators Tuesday that they should not remove business tax breaks from a bill they are debating. He said Hutchinson Technology leaders told him Minnesota taxes played a role in their decision to move many jobs elsewhere. Don Davis/Minnesota State Capitol Bureau
Republicans beat back DFL tax bill efforts
ST. PAUL -- Senate Democrats tried to turn a tax bill debate into a rich-vs.-poor debate, saying a Republican-written bill was crafted to help businesses and the rich.
Senate Republicans defeated all major changes to their tax bill Tuesday, passing the bill 37-26 after eight hours of debate over two days.
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