Minn. Senate proposes hiking top tax bracket rate
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Democrats who run the Minnesota Senate unveiled a plan Tuesday to raise the top income tax rate by 1.55 percentage points, which would fetch an estimated $1.2 billion more in revenue that would cover a projected budget deficit and planned spending increases.
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