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Report Shows MN is Bad for Business

State’s income tax, complex tax code and estate tax make it volatile for business owners. Washington D.C. - The Tax Foundation and the Minnesota Business...

So Much for a Surplus; Governor Releases Budget

Dayton’s Proposal Spends Surplus, Calls for More Taxes and Fees St. Paul, MN - Gov. Mark Dayton’s budget proposal calls for a $4.3 billion increase in...

First Bill of New Session Provides Tax Relief for Minnesotans

St. Paul, MN - A unanimous 66-0 vote by the Minnesota Senate will send legislation to bring Minnesota’s tax code in compliance with federal...

Dayton’s Proposal is Mostly New Spending, Not Less Taxes

A significant portion of what the Governor is proposing is subsidies of local government. St. Paul, MN - In a press release Thursday, Governor Mark...

October Tax Revenues Below Forecasts in Minnesota

Minnesota revenue expectations continue to fail to meet forecasts, as laid out in a memo from Myron Frans, the Commissioner of Minnesota Management and...

Tax Report Ranks Minnesota in Bottom Five States

St. Paul, MN - A new report released by the Tax Foundation Wednesday shows that Minnesota ranks almost last in the country for fostering...

Minnesota Leaders Disagree If Minnesota Deserves a Tax Cut

Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk (D SD-3) threatens a "short session" if Republicans attempt to pass tax reductions during the upcoming legislative session.

Minnesotans Weigh In On What To Do With $1.9 Billion Budget...

In a recent Star Tribune poll, Minnesotans are split on what should be done with the $1.9 billion budget surplus.

Twenty Minnesota School Districts Send Superintendents to Times Square Conference

Minnesota school districts are sending 20 superintendents to a conference held in New York City this week by District Management Council. School district "DMC Membership" begins at $25,000/year.

Judge Denies ISD #833’s Motions for Dismissal in $96 Million Bond...

UPDATED: $96 Million Bond election contest back in court Monday, Jan. 4, 2016: Judge will heard arguments on ballots on January 4, 2016, and will have the decision to the parties by the end of the week.