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In 2008, the Legislature took up a proposal to provide a $200 million subsidy to expand the Mall of America in Bloomington. The primary mechanism to pay for the project was to dip into the “fiscal disparities” pool, a revenue-sharing program that benefits parts of the state with less lucrative commercial property tax bases.

Kaye Rakow, key voice for NAIOP, to retire

In 2008, the Legislature took up a proposal to provide a $200 million subsidy to expand the Mall of America in Bloomington. The primary mechanism to pay for the project was to dip into the “fiscal disparities” pool, a revenue-sharing program that benefits parts of the state with less lucrative commercial property tax bases.

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