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SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-- State lawmakers are continuing to search for ways to keep property taxes down.
Lawmakers met at the Capitol today to see if there's anything they can do to keep taxes down after property is reevaluated. So far, there's a lot of frustration but no answers.
Property taxes increase when property is reassessed and local governments don't adjust their tax rate. Lawmakers are discussing whether changes need to be made to the current system.
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