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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and a key legislative leader on Thursday pledged to cut taxes with the $ 412 million in excess revenue the state has collected over the past year.
Ricketts and State Senator Lou Ann Linehan, another Republican, said they continue to see income and property tax cuts as one of their top priorities in the 2022 session.
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