Voters to decide Tuesday if outdoors, arts worth sales tax increase
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.
Here's what Minnesotans will see on the ballot Nov. 4:
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