The Legislature is fast approaching a May 21 constitutional deadline to complete its work for the year.
Every year, infrastructure that is collectively owned by Minnesota taxpayers (such as veterans homes and college campuses) experience normal wear and tear.
Wherever you go in our state, you’ll find nationally-recognized parks and trails; exceptional public schools and colleges; fertile land for farmers to grow crops; and special places like museums and the performing arts, where we gather as a community to celebrate our culture and history
Tax filing season may be over now, but the Legislature is just beginning to discuss federal tax conformity – the process by which state lawmakers could decide to align our state tax code with the sweeping federal tax reforms signed into law late last year.
It’s that time of year again when tax filing season is wrapping up.
State lawmakers are wrapping up a one-week Spring recess and will return to the Capitol Monday.