A tax bill to raise $1.8 billion in new revenue passed the Minnesota Senate on Monday night.
Two Senate Democrats changed their votes after the bill was first defeated.
The key points in the bill include:
• Raising income taxes for the top 6 percent of earners in the state;
• Expanding the sales tax to clothing and some personal services like haircuts and oil changes;
• Lowering the sales tax rate;
• Raising taxes on cigarettes.
MPR's Tom Scheck will join The Daily Circuit to talk about the vote and where the debate on taxes will go from here.