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Analysis: Texas doesn’t have an income tax — and isn’t getting one any time soon

Lawmakers want voters to replace the current constitutional hurdle to a personal income tax in Texas with a marginally higher one. Think of it as insurance against something that isn't likely to happen anyway.

State Capitol in the late afternoon on June 12, 2017.

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