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Businesses want sales tax relief

February 25, 2014

FAIRMONT — As the Minnesota legislative session begins today, business owners are watching closely. With a $1....

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Feb-27-14 10:24 PM

Dicky, a Dayton hasn't ran the company since the 70's. The governor is just another elitist trust fund kid without any tangible skill or real world experience.

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Feb-27-14 1:27 AM

Leftists like you are always quick to tear into those who inherit wealth...just like Dayton. Did he ever actually *work* at Dayton Hudson? Or did he just live off the family trust fund money he keeps squirreled away from Minnesota taxes in South Dakota?

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Feb-26-14 7:09 PM

Mark Dayton has no idea how to run a business... never been around a successful one, I guess. Unless you count the one his family runs, Target, the 36th largest in the Fortune 500.

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Feb-26-14 4:16 PM

Blue. Deer in the headlight's(dayton) could not have made shoeshine boy back when the family had the stores. He was the only person that was scared out of DC by mail!!! Who in their right mind votes for this clown??

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Feb-26-14 8:35 AM

How about some farmland tax relief.

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Feb-25-14 10:13 AM

It is clear to me that Mark Dayton, like Obama, has no clue of what it takes to operate a business. All the two of them seem to think about is how they can get their hands on more of oue money...

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