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January 16, 2008 2:58 PM

Perdue talks tax cuts in annual state address

Gov. Sonny Perdue stressed fairly minor tax cuts in his State of the State message today, including an elimination of the state portion of property taxes. Perdue said that his proposal, which would require a constitutional amendment, would give Georgians a $94 million tax break, and pressure local governments to restrain spending.

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