Minnesota Tax Reform: Poorly Designed??

Mar 6th 2013
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According to the Tax Foundation, the Minnesota Governor has proposed poorly designed tax reform.

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D) recently proposed his 2014-2015 biennial budget, which includes $2.1 billion in revenue increases. Included are increased income taxes on high-income earners, an expansion of the sales tax base, and a steep hike in cigarette excise taxes.

Go the Tax Foundation article for all of the details.


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