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Elections: Property taxes remain top priority

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BEMIDJI – November’s ballot will include a full plate of major political decisions for Minnesotans.

Besides picking a president, voters will also be asked whether same-sex couples have the right to marry and whether citizens should be required to show ID to vote. That’s on top of selecting members to send to the Legislature, where everyone is up for re-election. 

The latter choice could have an impact on property taxes in greater Minnesota.

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John Hageman
John Hageman covers local business and Grand Forks' legislative delegation. Get more business news at aroundtown.areavoices.com. 
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