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For those worried about the home mortgage tax deduction: In a Strib piece, RE/MAX owner/broker John Collopy writes: “So what do changes to the new tax law mean for real estate and the average Minnesotan homeowner? In a nutshell, nothingFor those that purchase a home between now and 2026, you can deduct the interest for up to $750,000 in mortgage debt as opposed to the former $1 millionThose currently with a mortgage, however, will not be affected by this change as long as the contract went into effect before Dec16, 2017, and the home purchase closes before April 1But since most of the homes in this country are worth far less than $750,000, this change will not affect the majority of home buyersFor those who currently own a home, you won’t be affected at all.”Perhaps something in taupe? Strib Target-watcher Kavita Kumar tells us: “Target Corpis shelling out $250 million to spiff up stores in its backyard to keep them relevant in the digital eraThe Minneapolis-based retailer will give top-to-bottom makeovers this year to 28 stores in the Twin Cities, or about half of its footprint in the regionIt’s the largest investment the company is making in any single market this year as part of a $1 billion-plus effort to refurbish about 325 stores around the United States.”Didn't realize Carl Hiaasen set his latest novel in Wisconsin. From MPR: “More than 300 marijuana plants were found during a search warrant last week at a western Wisconsin home, along with two monkeys… The search warrant came after a month-long investigation into the possible marijuana grow operationThe warrant found more than 300 marijuana plants and a ‘very sophisticated’ growing operation inside a barnA 37-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of manufacturing marijuana.” Suspicion? 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Incident had been handled by the school and parents successfully prior to the RCSD getting involved. As for the releasing of names and places they work of the parents...shame on the Pioneer Press. These people were jailed all weekend on a misdemeanor... No prior issues other than an autistic kid that made a mistake and having a gun collection. I truly hope that the parents sue the pants off everyone involved in this. greg price Login or register to post comments Grandstanding? You might want to rethink that.. Submitted by ian wade on March 5, 2018 - 12:46pm They just found trigger conversion kits in the ceiling that convert semi's to automatics, an illegal fully automatic machine gun and an illegal short barrel shotgunHe's now facing a couple of felony charges. http://www.startribune.com/vadnais-heights-man-charged-in-connection-wit... 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