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DFLers: Minnesotans to pay less in property taxes

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Two Minnesota House DFL representatives said in a statement released Tuesday that after more than a decade of property tax hikes, Minnesotans will pay less in property taxes in 2014. The change, they said, was in large part due to direct property tax relief included in the 2013 state budget. New analysis released Monday by nonpartisan House Research confirms a report provided by the Minnesota Department of Revenue report last Friday that showed property taxes would fall in 2014.

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