Sales tax on clothes likely target for Dayton

Jan 19, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Star Tribune

Legislators and business leaders are bracing for Gov. Mark Dayton to ask Minnesotans on Tuesday to pay sales taxes on more goods and services.

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kjdgar

Saint Paul, MN

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Jan 20, 2013
 
What I don't like about this is when they were deciding what to raise taxes on last time, they bypassed clothes and raised taxes elsewhere. It seems they should reverse the other taxes they raised if they now want to entertain this idea. MN government is a prime example of a government too big, they keep needing to go back to the people to pay more so that they can keep spending. They need to keep in mind some people still haven't had a decent raise in 4 years.
PLANET

Carson City, NV

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Jan 23, 2013
 
WHY? because everything made in CHINA? thats why we have high taxes in clothes? woow!
PLANET

Carson City, NV

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Jan 23, 2013
 
AND they will never rise in 4.years ,because here we have fucked cheap labor from MEXICO and CHINA !Who are illegal.... I tell u example: i wass calling for a job for ALASKA-in one HOME CARE.The lady even barelly speak english and she say how I know her phone number....I say it was on web page...So I ask her who is she?She say why,I say u had an accent,and she say.Is a problem?And I say YES-because u are illegal here.So she hang up the phone!Where is ICE?!And checked the companies who hiring illegal cheap shet?
DENG

Nanjing, China

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Feb 2, 2013
 
Sales tax on clothes likely target for Dayton

SURE, JUST PLAN TO GIVE PEOPLE A WELL-PAYING AND PRODUCTIVE JOB AND TAXES WILL BE UNNECESSARY AND THE OPPRESSIVE GOVERNMENT WILL DISAPPEAR.

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