(KDAL) - Talks have broken down in efforts by the Departments of Revenue in Minnesota and Wisconsin to reinstate tax reciprocity between the states by 2013. The deadline for an agreement is October 1st which likely will not be met. Minnesota State Senator Roger Reinert says the news is disappointing after the work that was done to get reciprocity back. A previous 40 year agreement was ended by then Governor Tim Pawlenty in 2009. The impasse means those working in one state and living in the other will need to continue filing taxes in both states.