Posted at 6:20 AM on November 30, 2011
by Paul Tosto
Filed under: Economy
Three years ago, Minnesota voters agreed to tack on three eighths of one percent to the state sales tax through 2034 to preserve Minnesota's cultural and environmental legacy.
There have been plenty of questions the past few months about where the money's going -- and what else it might finance, including a Vikings stadium. There's been a push, too, to repeal the amendment altogether.
We'll look today at the amendment and dig into the report when it becomes available.
Minnesota Public Radio is among 18 public broadcasters receiving arts and culture Legacy money. It has submitted financial reports on the $2.6 million it spent in the first two years to the state Department of Administration.