Green Acres fix heads to governor
ST. PAUL - The first major item to be debated by Minnesota legislators this year finally is headed to the governor for his signature.
The Senate passed a Green Acres law change 59-5 Wednesday, continuing a farmland property tax break.
The provision is part of an overall tax bill that conforms state law to federal tax law.
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