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Minnesota, Wisconsin end tax talks

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A $40 million disagreement means people who live in Minnesota or Wisconsin and work in the other state will need to file income tax returns in both.

"A final nail in the issue," is how Minnesota Revenue Commissioner Ward Einess described the situation.

The commissioner and Wisconsin legislators met in a Wednesday teleconference, which ended with Einess rejecting a Wisconsin offer that he said would have made the Minnesota budget deficit $40 million bigger.

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