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House set to debate second tax bill

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ST. PAUL - The second House tax bill is ready for the full House to debate, probably on Friday.

After legislators cut taxes $443 million a couple of weeks ago, the House Ways and Means Committee on Tuesday approved $103 million more in cuts. They include breaks for homeowners, farmers, renters and businesses.

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The new breaks focus on property taxes.

The Senate likely will debate the tax bill next week.

The House is expected Thursday to take up a bill making changes in the $39 billion, two-year budget lawmakers passed last year. Senators could look at a similar bill as early as Friday.

Senators had planned to meet Saturday, but leaders announced Tuesday that will not happen.

On Thursday, senators plan to debate a bill written to reduce school bullying.

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