Capitol Chatter: Tax debate divides Democrats
ST. PAUL — Everyone knew taxes would be a prime discussion point this Minnesota legislative session, but it now appears to be less between Democrats and Republicans than among Democrats who control the House, Senate and governor’s office.
The GOP-DFL split is well known: raise taxes vs. cut taxes. But Democratic-Farmer-Labor divisions are less predictable.
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