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Marty Cobenais, pipeline organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network; Winona LaDuke, American Indian activist and executive director of Honor the Earth; and Lorna Hanes ride horses Sunday afternoon on the Enbridge pipeline right-of-way south of Oliver, Wis. They hope to draw attention to the expansion of the Alberta Clipper pipeline that would bring additional tar sands from Alberta through the Northland region’s lines. Photo by Bob King, Duluth News-Tribune.

Renewal of Minn/Wis tax reciprocity unlikely this year; 70 mph being considered again; more state briefs

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ST. PAUL -- Tax credits appear to be the sticking point, as Wisconsin and Minnesota reach a deadline of Tuesday to bring back their long-time income tax reciprocity.

Negotiators said last week they probably wouldn't make the deadline. That means people who live in Wisconsin and work in Minnesota -- and vice-versa -- will have to file tax returns in both states for another year.

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Steve Dzubay
Steve Dzubay has been publisher at the River Falls Journal and Hudson Star Observer since 1995. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota. He previously worked as a reporter-photographer at small daily newspapers in Minnesota and is past editor of the Pierce County Herald and River Falls Journal.
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