Higher taxes on tobacco, oil and gas operations and business activities would provide the revenue to offset much of a sizable personal income tax cut under the mid-biennium review budget bill set for unveiling this week.
The measure is expected to be introduced Tuesday and, unlike the traditional Finance Committee path for budget bills, will be the subject of an initial hearing on Wednesday in the House Ways & Means Committee.
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