The city of St. Peter would like to ask its residents whether or not they’d like to support the building of a new fire station with a sales tax (instead of leaving it all to property taxes). But, due to state law and a split Legislature, the city is having difficulty getting permission to even ask the question.
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(The Center Square) – The U.S. House will consider a wide-ranging bill aimed at accelerating American technological innovation in an effort to keep pace with China, but critics have raised concerns about how to pay for it.
(The Center Square) – Ahead of the G-7 summit in the United Kingdom, a recently announced agreement for a global minimum corporate tax between the Biden administration and six other leading world economies is facing sharp opposition from Republicans in the U.S.
ST. PAUL — Wealthy Minnesotans could see their income taxes hiked and working families and businesses could see a tax break.