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State budget deal may mean higher rents

The credit was cut as part of a debt deal to end the government shutdown earlier this summer. But MPR reports apartment renters and small commercial properties will likely be hit the hardest -- with tax increases around 17 percent.
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The credit was cut as part of a debt deal to end the government shutdown earlier this summer. But MPR reports apartment renters and small commercial properties will likely be hit the hardest -- with tax increases around 17 percent.

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