(St. Paul, MN) -- Democrats are talking about tax reform and/or tax increases as the latest forecast shows the state budget with another deficit -- one-point-one billion dollars. Incoming Senate D-F-L Majority Leader Tom Bakk (BOCK) says Minnesota's tax system is broken and as lawmakers try to reduce reliance on property taxes, there will have to be some revenue coming from someplace. Bakk says some taxes may go down and some may go up or be broadened. There's talk of broadening the sales tax to include services, but Democrat Bakk says extending it to clothing "seems unlikely." Incoming Senate Minority Leader David Hann says Republicans are interested in talking about real tax reform, but don't want it used as "a rationale to burden the economy with additional taxes."