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Gov. Mark Dayton said in an interview Wednesday he doesn’t know if he will again push an income tax increase on wealthier Minnesotans next year.
He said he will have to see what the Dec. 1 forecast says about the state’s economic situation.
“I’m not going to borrow trouble. I’ve got enough on my plate right now," Dayton said, "I’ll think about it quite a bit more. I haven’t come to any decision.”
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