Early bills show taxes, education are priorities
ST. PAUL -- Taxes, education funding, constitutional amendments and health care top Minnesota lawmakers' priorities for the 2013 legislative session, according to some of the first bills introduced.
Most of the early bills are from Democratic-Farmer-Labor lawmakers, who control the House and Senate, and feature topics such as increasing the minimum wage that always are among their prime concerns.
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