Lawmakers push for renewed tax reciprocity deal
The clock's ticking and the outlook's bleak for 80,000 Wisconsin and Minnesota residents who cross the border to their jobs.
Last summer Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty pulled out of a tax reciprocity deal between the two states that is 41 years old.
If a new deal isn't reached soon, commuters who work in the other state will have to file tax returns in both states starting in 2011.