Republicans who received the veto letters say they strike a tone of anything but compromise.
A handful of Minnesota legislators are unwilling to give up on a defunct income tax reciprocity agreement between Minnesota and Wisconsin that allowed residents of one state who worked in the other to pay income taxes in only one state.
A 40-year-old tax reciprocity agreement between Minnesota and Wisconsin, which appeared to be in its death throes a few weeks ago, may be getting a second chance at life.
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