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Minn. to meet with his sister who worked in the kitchen at Heartwood The visit was unannounced and unexpected Otey told police he drove throughout the state the previous night thinking about killing his sisterWhen Otey arrived his sister let him into the senior living facility Otey assisted his sister preparing food for 30 minutes before taking a knife and stabbing her the complaint stated A co-worker called law enforcementA Crosby police officer was the first to respond The officer was met by a frantic woman outside Heartwood who let him into the locked facility Once inside another frantic co-worker pointed to the kitchen stating "He’s in there"The officer drew his weapon entered the kitchen and saw the defendant kneeling down on the floor The officer ordered Otey to put his hands up and heard what sounded like a knife drop and bounce off the floor as the defendant complied The officer moved around the counter and observed Johnson’s body in front of Otey the complaint stated Otey was taken into custodyCuyuna Regional Medical Center paramedics arrived and declared Johnson dead at the scene The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office determined the cause of death to be exsanguination due to multiple stab wounds to the body and incised wounds to the neck the complaint stated The manner of death was declared a homicide After his arrest Otey gave a statement to law enforcement confessing to killing his sister He also stated he was thinking about killing other people after killing his sisterOtey’s next court hearing is scheduled for 9 am May 25 in front of Judge Earl E MausBrainerd public defender Carly Sue Vosacek is representing Otey and Crow Wing County Attorney Don Ryan is prosecuting the caseFor even the most dedicated observers of the state Legislature the coming negotiations will likely be complex But what lawmakers agree upon between now and the May 21 session’s end could have lasting effects on Minnesotans’ bank accountsEleven weeks into the legislative session the Republican-led House and Senate and Democratic Gov Mark Dayton have all detailed what they think is the best way to rework the state’s tax code to conform with the federal tax bill passed in DecemberThere were lengthy debates in both chambers where the GOP-crafted legislation received some bipartisan supportNow party leaders the governor and his cabinet members must sit down and figure out the best way to compromise Taxes are a key issue this session but whatever deal is struck will likely be tied to other spending and policy changesWhy do we need tax changesThe federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Congress in December cut rates for businesses individuals and families and reduced or eliminated many popular credits to cover some of the cost Since much of Minnesota’s tax code is tied to the federal provisions changes are necessaryIf lawmakers do nothing 300000 Minnesotans would pay more and filers will face headaches preparing their returns next year If they agree to all the federal changes even more Minnesotans will pay more in taxesThat means lawmakers need to find common ground in the next two weeks because chances of coming back for a special session are slimWhat do they agree onThe good news is Republicans and Democrats agreed on some big issues right from the startThe most substantial one is how Minnesota defines taxable income The state now uses federal taxable income or FTI but there is widespread agreement to move to adjusted gross income or AGIThe change essentially means the federal tax code will dictate less about the state’s tax laws Minnesota will have more control over credits and deductions and lawmakers should have to update tax rules less frequentlyThere is also common ground around the standard deductions and personal and dependent exemptions These are used to lower an individual or couple’s income subject to taxes As for business taxes another big point of agreement is for Minnesota to align with federal changes that allow businesses to write off capital expenses in one year rather than spreading it over time Conforming to the federal change should make filing Minnesota business returns easierWhat do they disagree onDespite having a lot of common ground there are a number of ideological differences that could trip up negotiationsThe biggest might be tax rates Republicans want to reduce tax rates for individuals families and businesses at some levels Senate Republicans also have proposed automatic rate reductions when the state has a budget surplusInstead of adjusting rates Dayton would rather provide new or expanded credits to "working families" to reduce the state tax burdenThere are also differences on how to tax corporate earnings stashed overseas if the money is brought back to the USThe Republican-led Legislature and the Democratic governor continue to fight over taxes they agreed to eliminate last yearDayton says reductions on estate and tobacco taxes and changes to how commercial property taxes increase over time pose a long-term threat to the state’s fiscal integrity Republicans have countered that if the governor felt that way he never should have signed the legislation in 2017The Senate tax bill goes further expanding the estate tax cutWhat else could complicate negotiationsOther tax and policy provisions not related to tax conformity could also complicate final negotiationsDayton has pushed a separate proposal to extend a tax on health care providers past its planned expiration at the end of 2019 The tax funds MinnesotaCare a health insurance plan for the working poor but is passed on to residents through higher costs for medical care and insurance plansConversely Republicans have proposed cutting the tax on health care premiums that is used to fund MNsure the state’s exchange under the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare They argue the cut would make health insurance more affordableWhat happens nextDiffering tax bills have passed the House and Senate so party leaders will have to appoint a joint committee to hash out the differences of those proposalsThose committees typically include members of the minority party in this instance Democrats and members of Dayton’s administration often have a chance to weigh inIdeally those negotiations will take place in public sessions but too often dealmakers disappear into back rooms to reach an accordThe Facebook post shared more than 80 times by Saturday morning was made by Lucas Mondry a Minto ND, He also was indicted on second-degree intentional murder.

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Well I dont think I should say disastrous because that is an excessive word and I should refrain from excessive words. Las Vegas, We are hopeful that they would support us on this issue. who won his third and final mayoral term in June.

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