Governor Mark Dayton unveils his proposed tax bill today and it appears it will be similar to a bill that he refused to sign last year. He and Republicans near the end of the legislative session agreed on a package including business and individual tax relief, Dayton pledged to sign it and the legislature passed it. But after lawmakers adjourned, Dayton discovered a $100 million error, which Republicans agreed was a mistake. The governor said they could fix it in a special session, but Dayton also wanted lawmakers to pass a bonding bill that died in the closing moments of the regular session. They could not reach agreement, and neither bill became law.