CHICAGO — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled a two-year, $64 billion spending plan that relies heavily on income tax increases to overcome a $6.2 billion shortfall.

Dayton’s budget, unveiled Tuesday, includes a $37 billion general fund budget that would increase spending on K-12 education and public safety and would assume $4.1 billion of new revenue, largely from tax increases.

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