Pawlenty highlights business tax cuts in State of State address
By Don Davis
St. Paul Capitol Bureau
ST. PAUL - Gov. Tim Pawlenty today pleaded with legislators not to raise Minnesotans' taxes while he also called for more education spending, but with strings attached.
In his annual State of the State speech, Pawlenty also said he wants to freeze all state wages.
Many of his proposals center around giving businesses tax breaks in hopes they will inspire firms to hire more Minnesotans.
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