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Gary Robinson of New York Mills paddles the Otter Tail River during a relaxing kayak float from Perham to the St. Lawrence Road bridge earlier this fall. Robinson, who works for MeritCare in NY Mills and Perham, often spends time on the Otter Tail, both kayaking and fishing. Voters will decide Nov. 4 on the Clean Water, Land and Legacy constitutional amendment, which would increase the state sales tax by one-third of one percent.

Voters to decide Tuesday if outdoors, arts worth sales tax increase

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Kevin Cederstrom

Voters will be asked Nov. 4 if they want to support a proposed state constitutional amendment to dedicate funding for wildlife conservation. If approved, the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment would raise $270 million annually for 25 years. The cost to taxpayers is the amendment would increase the state sales tax by three-eighths of 1 percent.

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