“Minnesota has a lower margin for error in being a significant outlier on business taxes and costs than other ‘high tax, high service’ peer states.”

May 16, 2013 at 10:38 am

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Finding Our Balance: Taxes, Spending and Minnesota Competitiveness 
Analysis of 10 national competitiveness studies offers perspective on striking a balance between public investments and business costs.
Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence

Mark Haveman’s PowerPoint presentation to the Public Policy Committee
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How much ‘fairness’ is too much?
The state’s income tax system is already among the nation’s most progressive

“Fairness often is ‘politically convenient as an argument to raise more revenue,’ the Center’s executive director, Mark Havemen, told us. ‘It’s a lot easier to raise revenue by saying somebody else is not paying their fair share.’ ”

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St. Paul Pioneer Press Editorial, April 10, 2013

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