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Many Minnesota laws go into effect today. Here's what you need to know.

Several laws passed in the 2024 legislative session took effect Monday, establishing new policies and funding sources for education, economic development and the environment.

New fee for retail deliveries

A 50-cent delivery fee passed last year will now be applied to purchases at or over $100 of clothing or personal property subject to a sales tax. The resulting revenue will be allocated across the state for road improvements through a new transportation advancement account.

The $100 threshold for the fee includes all parts of the sale, including shipping charges and other taxes.

Drugs, medical devices, food, utilities like gas and electricity, and certain baby products are not included. Retailers with less than $1,000,000 of retail sales the previous year, and marketplace providers with less than $100,000 of retail sales don't have to pay the fee.


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