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Sen. Rod Skoe, Clearbrook, listens during a Wednesday meeting at the state Capitol as people testify on a bill that would help bring Minnesota sales tax funds from items sold online. Skoe is the chair of the Senate Tax Committee. Danielle Killey | Forum News Service

Minnesota legislators dig into tax reform

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By Danielle Killey

Forum News Service

ST. PAUL – Minnesota lawmakers have started making the case for tax changes — including the possibility of a tax on clothing purchases — they say will simplify the tax code and balance the state’s budget.

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