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His bill in the House would put off collections for another five years.
As the U.S. Senate and House resolve different plans to cut taxes for American corporations and businesses, the repeal of the medical device tax is missing from the discussion.
No big metro area in the country has a lower jobless rate than the Twin Cities, which reported 2.3 percent unemployment, tied with Nashville.
Critics say Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has overreached, but supporters fear loss of independent advocate against fraud.
Anyone looking at tax reform now knows that Republican majorities in the House and Senate plan to spark economic growth by cutting the U.S. corporate tax rate from 35 to 20 percent. What they may not grasp is how much this strategy depends on coaxing corporations to change course on tax havens.
Leeann Tweeden said Franken kissed and groped her without her consent during a USO tour in 2006. Sen. Klobuchar has called for an ethics investigation of Franken.
Many would see steep cuts in rate, but it's unclear how they would spend cash.
Minnesota agriculture and industry concerned about future of the agreement.
Strong public support wasn't enough to beat back effort to end forced arbitration.
Minnesota's biggest companies would see billions in relief – but what about workers?