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Continued: Minnetonka breweries rail against proposed alcohol tax increase

  • Article by: BEN JOHNSON  , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 15, 2013 - 12:25 AM

He said that realistically it would increase the cost of a pint by 15 to 55 cents, depending on whether companies along the supply chain would choose to lower their margins.

The Minnesota Senate did not include the alcohol tax increase in its budget proposal, and Dayton has come out against it, although when this story went to press he was still considering it as part of his final budget proposal.

State Reps. Paul Rosenthal and Yvonne Selcer voted against the House budget proposal that contained the tax increase, while Rep. John Benson voted for it.

 

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