Politicians defend, criticize new property tax law
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota voters are beginning to tell politicians that they do not like a new law that some say could raise property taxes.
Opponents of the new law say it hurts homeowners with less expensive homes and that businesses will shoulder more of the property tax burden.
Few Minnesotans understood, or even knew about, the old market value credit law. Now, many are hearing that its elimination may raise their taxes and are beginning to complain about it.
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