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Property tax cuts have been the dominant issue of the 2023 Legislature and caused public divides among lawmakers. And the issue isn’t resolved, as voters will decide on a $12.7 billion package of tax cuts in a November constitutional amendment election that will also weigh in on big investments in water infrastructure, energy and broadband, issues with far-reaching impact, particularly for rural areas of the state.
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