Lawmakers unlikely to meet Dayton’s tax-cut deadline
ST. PAUL -- Gov. Mark Dayton has warned that Minnesotans could lose $57 million in tax savings this year if lawmakers don’t send him a tax-cut bill for his signature by Wednesday.
Senate Democratic-Farmer-Labor leaders said Thursday that they won’t get it done by Dayton’s deadline.
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