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Lawmakers in Minnesota, currently home to one of the country’s lowest minimum wages, have reached a deal to hike the minimum hourly pay to $9.50 over the next few years.
April 07, 2014
A legislative commission will decide this week if MNsure should undergo an in-depth audit, according to media reports. Minnesota’s new online health insurance marketplace was plagued with...
April 06, 2014
After a two-month hold-up, a key House committee approved a plan for a new Senate office building – although without some of the gaudier features of the original blueprints. The House Rules and...
April 05, 2014
Let there be no mistake: tax cuts are popular. Just look at the Minnesota House of Representatives. A couple of weeks after approving a tax cut package of more than $400 million, House members went...
April 04, 2014
The Southwest light-rail project has lurched forward. Metro leaders voted in favor of putting the Southwest light rail in a tunnel through Minneapolis’ Kenilworth corridor, despite opposition...
April 02, 2014
Minnesota taxpayers recoup less than 10 percent of the individual income taxes they contribute, whereas Mississippians get back more than 30 percent.
Tax forms and filing programs have been updated – the Department of Revenue says Minnesotans should start doing their taxes now. Our software and software of all certified tax software vendors has...
A proposed study would look at how Minnesota can use North Dakota’s oil boom for its own benefit. North Dakota was second in the nation in oil production in 2013, behind Texas, according to...
The $14 million provision included in Governor Mark Dayton’s budget funds the equivalent of about 218 full-time employees in the Department of Human Services.
In a recent poll, Minnesota business leaders identified the issues they'd prefer to see lawmakers address this session.
April 01, 2014
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