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Texas Taxes

NPR's John Burnett reports that as the nation debates President Bush's proposed $1.6 trillion tax cut, state lawmakers in Texas have a queasy feeling of deja vu. Texas slashed taxes under then-Governor Bush and now many legislators wish they hadn't. With health costs soaring and sales tax revenues rising more slowly than predicted, the state finds itself wondering how to pay for unforeseen expenses.

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