tax bill

Gov. Mark Dayton rolled out his 2017 tax plan Thursday during a press conference in St. Paul, offering $300 million in tax cuts. One part of Gov. Dayton’s plan is to provide property-tax relief for Minnesota farmers. Gov. Dayton is proposing a tax credit worth $34 million for owners of…

Hope for a special legislative session — before the new Legislature convenes on January 3 — blew up in a short public meeting Friday as Gov. Mark Dayton and House Speaker Kurt Daudt pointed fingers at each other for the failure to reach a deal on how to address the…

Source: Session Daily By Lee Ann Schutz Now that the omnibus tax bill is off the table because of Gov. Mark Dayton’s pocket veto Monday, leverage for calling a special session seems to be moving toward resurrecting the capital investment bill, a casualty of the Legislature’s hurry-up-and-get-it done May 23…

As of yesterday at midnight, Gov. Mark Dayton’s pocket veto on the tax bill took effect. By not taking action, the governor is letting the measure expire — abruptly vetoing the entire tax bill. The most important provision in the bill would have lowered agriculture taxes by 40 percent for current…

Source: Session Daily By Lee Ann Schutz The first of this session’s major spending bills was passed off the House Floor 123-10 early Sunday afternoon. First passed off the floor last year with a $2 billion price tag, the omnibus tax bill, now on its way to the Senate, proposes…

The Minnesota Senate approved the Omnibus Tax Bill (HF 3931) Wednesday on a 37-30 vote. All Republican senators and two Democrats voted against the bill, citing the burden it would place on struggling workers and businesses. Here are the two education-related policy sections in the bill: 1. Student loan credit. Authorizes…

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