Dayton's budget fine print shows reach of plan
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Tucked inside Gov. Mark Dayton's budget are less-heralded changes that would alter how Minnesota residents pay for and interact with their government from cradle to grave.
These fine-print details won't provoke the clashes of the governor's controversial sales or income tax plans, but they could dictate how the state tackles childhood obesity, stretches the availability of broadband Internet and disposes of old paint and carpet.
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