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Dayton signs $444M in tax relief; more than a million Minnesotans to see tax breaks

Star Tribune | March 22, 2014

More than 1.2 million Minnesotans are in line for tax breaks under a measure Gov. Mark Dayton signed Friday, spreading $444 million in permanent tax relief around the state and giving DFLers who control the Capitol an election-year accomplishment to sell to voters.

Working families, married couples and parents who adopted children are among the biggest winners. Some college students with loan debt, low-income families and those who lost their homes to foreclosure may also be eligible for tax relief, and the bill deletes a handful of sales taxes on businesses that Dayton and the Legislature approved last year. [Read More]


Tax cuts will put more money in pockets of families, individuals, businesses

HomeTown Source | March 22, 2014

The $508 million tax cut signed into law will put more money in the pockets of middle class families, individuals, and thousands of businesses across Minnesota. Because the Legislature acted quickly to pass the bill, many Minnesotans will see immediate tax savings during the current tax filing season. [Read More]

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Tax Breaks Now Law, What Minn. Taxpayers Need to Know

KAAL TV | March 22, 2014

Many Minnesotans will see immediate tax savings during the current tax filing season. The cuts also apply to taxes for 2014. So now what? The best thing to do is wait. [Read More]


Rendering of St Paul Palace Theatre

Bring movies back to downtown St. Paul's Palace Theatre, group proposes

Pioneer Press | March 23, 2014

Despite its prominent marquee near Wabasha Street, the old Palace Theatre hasn't welcomed patrons in nearly a decade. St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman hopes to dust off the cobwebs, tear out the main floor seating and revive the shuttered vaudeville theater next year as a 3,000-person concert hall.

To fund the $12 million renovation, the city has asked Dayton and state lawmakers for $6 million in state bond funding, which will be negotiated as part of a larger bonding bill. Another $1 million would come from gifts and philanthropic foundations. The city would put in $5 million, with the expectation that the money would be paid back from event revenue and a theater bar. [Read More]

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