A bill to extend unemployment benefits for out-of-work miners on the Iron Range awaits a vote in the Minnesota House after clearing a key committee this morning. But the bill includes business tax cuts — something Governor Mark Dayton and Democrats controlling the Senate do not support as part of that bill. Saint Paul Representative Tim Mahoney asked, “What’s the next thing we’re gonna tie together?… It always comes back to bite us.” Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Saint Cloud Republican Jim Knoblach said he suspects including the business tax cuts will bring additional votes for the measure. It appears the unemployment benefit extension will be up for a vote Thursday on the House floor. Negotiators would than have to work out their differences with Senate Democrats and the governor.