Taxes at heart of today's primary
ST. PAUL -- The highlight race in today's primary election features one major question: How rich does a Minnesotan need to be before the state raises taxes?
Former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton, who leads recent polls for today's Democratic-Farmer-Laborite governor race, would increase income taxes for individuals making more than $130,000 annually and couples who earn more than $150,000. Property taxes on homes worth more than $1 million also would increase under Dayton's plan.
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