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The Twin Cities & Western Railroad and public officials are engaged in a stare-down that calls into question the future of the area’s biggest transit project, Southwest LRT.
After dropping some controversial tax reform proposals, the governor said that raising taxes on the top 2 percent of the state’s earners would raise more than $1 billion in new revenue.
To little surprise, members of the local business community were happy with the governor’s decision to drop heavily criticized taxes from his budget plan.
The governor said Friday that he's taking the controversial business-to-business tax proposal off the table.
Creative funding mechanisms and tax incentives are driving public and private collaborations on real estate deals.
Macy’s has closed and Lawson might leave, but the Saints ballpark, light rail, and residential projects are underway.
The CBD looks ready to reinvent itself.
The Mayo Clinic’s request for state financial support needs further thought.
Strengthening the middle class is a common speech theme for President Obama, but can he design policies that will deliver on the goal?
Meanwhile, the Minnesota Department of Revenue clarified that the governor’s proposed tax expansion would apply to all purchases made by Minnesota businesses—but not to services sold to out-of-state clients.
Because Minnesota receives so little federal funding, the direct impact of the sequester here would be limited.
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