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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.
State officials say the bill would add an average of $72 per student in fiscal year 2014 and an average $339 increase per student in fiscal year 2015.
Enhanced buses would operate with pre-boarding payment and access through any door to speed up exit and entry at stops.
A proposed expansion of taxes to business services could cause some local businesses to cut jobs or relocate; meanwhile, a Wisconsin lawmaker is trying to lure disgruntled companies across the border.
Minnesota is behind only five other states in terms of annual tax revenue loss stemming from corporations and wealthy individuals shifting profits offshore.
Portland’s public policies of the past have created a more connected and transit-possible city than Minneapolis.
Minneapolis city politics are heating up for the 2013 election.
GovDelivery has found a niche helping its public sector clients connect with their "customers."
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