Kirkwood School District may lose millions in tax fight

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Since: Sep 11

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Feb 8, 2013
 
More reason to get rid of non-profits and their tax exempt status. Especially those that claim religious affiliation.

http://www.ksdk.com/news/article/361612/3/Kir...

There are several non-profit health care organizations in MN which are managing to bring in massive amounts of money.

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Since: Aug 12

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Feb 8, 2013
 
Can you say "Mayo Clinic"? I think they are the largest non-government employer in the State now.

Aren't all Minneaota hospitals and health insurance companies required by law to be non-profit?

That does not mean they don't make tons of money. It just means that their books are structured and managed a bit differently than a for profit entity.

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