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Legislation passed this month would raise the state’s homestead exemption to $100,000, lower school districts’ tax rates and put an appraisal cap on residential and commercial properties, among other measures. But voters must first approve a constitutional amendment.

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Legislation passed this month would raise the state’s homestead exemption to $100,000, lower school districts’ tax rates and put an appraisal cap on residential and commercial properties, among other measures. But voters must first approve a constitutional amendment. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please click here to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners. read more read less

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