Angel investment tax credit in Minnesota: The Burden of Proof



By Thomas Lee, MedCity News

“ST. PAUL, Minnesota– In a packed State Building Office hearing room Tuesday, witness after witness rose to speak in support of H.F. 2750, a bill that would grant $32 million in tax credits over three years to angel investors who fund risky, high tech start-up companies. Entrepreneurs, investors, university officials, industry groups warned lawmakers that the lack of early stage capital meant innovative start-ups in Minnesota would either die or move to another state.”

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  • Rob Weber

    Wow. Now I know why I generally vote republican. That is completely nuts. Great re-post.