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Brady Olson prepares to work on a car in the shop of his family-owned service station in Moorhead on June 5. Olson recently ran radio ads in the area to draw attention to what he says is a burdensome tax climate in Minnesota, which makes it difficult for him to compete with businesses across the Red River in Fargo, N.D. Dan Gunderson | MPR Photo

Minnesota business say new taxes make it hard to compete

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By Dan Gunderson

MPR News 91.3 FM

Moorhead — When service station owner Brady Olson decided politicians weren’t listening to him, he took to the airwaves to protest higher taxes he said are cutting into his profits.

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