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Minnesota farmers and small business owners pay income taxes, sales taxes and business taxes. It's wrong to expect families to pay again when they lose a loved one, but the "Death Tax" does just that. The "Death Tax" forces families to pay more taxes when they take over the family business. Senator Paul Welistone says he supports ending the ".Death Tax." To back up his claim, Wellstone cites a procedural vote that would have done nothing to permanently end this tax. i!iii!iiiii, i I  ,ii ,,iii  S , Z e Last year, Paul Welistone voted against phasing out the "Death Tax." (Congressional Record, Page $5522, Senate Vote #165 5/23/01) This year, Wellstone voted against eliminating it altogether. (Congressional Record, Page $5434, Senate Vote #151 6/12/02) Minnesota family farms and businesses belong to you. Call Senat(Ir Wellstone at 651-645-0323 Tell him tl! Stop axing tht| Dead. Paid for by Americans for Job Secunty