Senate tax chair: New Mayo funding plan needs work
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A top Senate Democrat says the altered funding plan to help the Mayo Clinic expand needs work before moving forward.
The Senate Taxes Committee had been set Friday morning to take up the new plan, which replaced a complicated tax capture mechanism with state aid payment system that increases with private contributions. The new approach came to light Thursday.
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