CHICAGO – Reacting to rosier revenue projections, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday offered a revised two-year budget proposal that drops changes to the state’s sales tax but leaves intact a proposed income tax increase on top earners.

Dayton said the revised economic forecast released late last month provided him the opportunity to recalibrate his tax proposals some of which, he acknowledged, lacked the legislative and public support to ensure passage.

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