President Bush pledged Sunday that
the United States ''will rid the world of evil-doers.'' He
told Americans, who begin a new week in the aftermath of Tuesday's
terrorist attacks: ''Tomorrow when you get back to work, work
hard like you always have.''
Concerned that the property-tax relief
enacted by legislators last spring could evaporate in the
face of increased spending by local governments, a taxpayer
advocacy group has distributed hundreds of "Stop the Tax Grab"
kits in anticipation of budget meetings that could be the
most contentious in recent history. | Metro
As a generation of farmers moves closer to retirement, thousands of young Minnesotans worry about whether they can make a decent living, despite the billions of dollars in government subsidies paid to farmers every year. | Business