Income, sin taxes in Minn. House Dem revenue plan
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota House Democrats are looking to fetch $2.5 billion by raising taxes on people with high incomes, those who smoke and those who drink alcohol.
A tax package released Monday boosts those taxes to balance the budget, cut property taxes and increase school aid.
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