With a tax-package set to expire in less than six months, Congress and the White House are in a debate over whichincome groups should continue to get breaks. If the deadlock endures, and a compromise isn’t agreed to, middle-class Minnesotans could see their taxes go up by more than $1,200 next year.
Archives for July 2012
Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN) says the measure will allow development in the PolyMet mining project to be expedited.
Happy Birthday, Spam! America’s favorite canned meat turns 75; Beer-drinking, Gopher-cheering fans can do both at TCF Stadium this fall; Minnesota Atheists rename St Paul Saints the Mr. Paul Aints, for one night; Drug-training cop could face charges; Two Harbors foster parents lose license after spanking
3 sisters found dead in home in River Falls; Dayton offers help to Sartell mill in flood special session; Officials in Duluth to size up flood damage; TV ad wars get under way in GOP 1st District Congressional race
Minnesota No. 1 in medical care; Small towns bear brunt of flood damage; Good storm water system helped save Duluth schools; Farms rise again on acres where houses were planned; Parry targets Quist over gas tax vote; In framing touchy election issues, party leaders take risks;
Massive hunting shacks, bait crops and shooting lanes invade public lands; Sec. of State sued over marriage amendment; Will 3rd time be a charm for Kruse?; Poor man’s apocalypse; Reports on mailings get a bit more frank
The Federal Aviation Administration recently approved restricted airspace in North Dakota for unmanned military aircraft testing.
Baking and boxing can lead a man to the flute.
Downed trees slow work to restore power; 1936 heat wave still most extreme; ‘Knee-high by 4th of July’ corn not good enough now; Broken pipe spews sewage into Mississippi River;
Record breaking heat met gunpowder in the skies across Minnesota.