Income tax hike would fund more school aid
ST. PAUL - It was just last Monday when the Minnesota Senate approved an education funding bill, but now Senate Democrats want to add another $444 million.
That education funding bump and property tax relief require a $900 million income tax increase, Senate leaders say.
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