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Yes, state taxes do affect jobs

June 20, 2013

All through the last Minnesota legislative session, the minority Republicans warned the DFL leaders that the tax increases they were proposing would hurt the economy, stunt job growth and drive......

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Zorromcgee

Jun-24-13 4:09 PM

just an observation-MN is #10 in the nation for unemployment with a dem controled government-Wisc is 28 with Scott Walker who said that busting unions would lead to more jobs.

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GopherState

Jun-22-13 10:33 PM

Elect a governor from the area, thanks for the laugh. I know of no qualified politicians from this area.

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Avoice

Jun-22-13 10:49 AM

vikingfan, if you will check, most states who created the warehouse taxes, soon revoked them because, just as the article mentions, companies moved warehouse operations to other states. As far as priorities of Highway 14 are concerned, until you elect a governor from the area, you will have to wait and it will probably be a very cold one. Growing up along Higway 14, they have been talking about that since the early nineteen-forties and talk is cheap from the metro area politicians.

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vikingfan

Jun-20-13 5:05 PM

A funny editorial from a newspaper that wants increased funding for Hwy 14.

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