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Senate Approves $211 Million Tax Cut

Senate Approves $211 Million Tax Cut



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(KSL News) The Senate has approved a $211 million tax cut.

If the House passes the bill today it would be the largest in state history.

Under the proposal, taxes paid on most people's income would be reduced by two percent. It also reduces the state's portion of sales tax on food to 1.75 percent. Taxes placed on unprepared food will be eliminated.

If approved the bill will take effect in 2009.

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