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Compromise talks between Dayton, GOP leave sides farther apart

Since it's not a budget year, Minnesota lawmakers and Governor Dayton are not required to get anything done this spring. And perhaps that's a good thing because they don't seem headed toward any agreements. A proposed swap of business tax cuts in exchange for more state-funded construction apparently went nowhere this week.
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Since it's not a budget year, Minnesota lawmakers and Governor Dayton are not required to get anything done this spring. And perhaps that's a good thing because they don't seem headed toward any agreements. A proposed swap of business tax cuts in exchange for more state-funded construction apparently went nowhere this week.

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