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Reader's View: Responsibly vaccinated deserve tax break

My wife and I got our COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible.

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If you are a responsible citizen, you do things to help your fellow citizens. My wife and I got our COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible.

If you are not a responsible citizen who went to receive a vaccination, you are now offered incentives, including chances for free money, free four-year scholarships, prizes, and tickets.

When does it end? If you are going to offer incentives, how about a reduction in personal state taxes for those who have been responsible and can prove they have been vaccinated?

John A. Serre

Duluth

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