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Legislative roundup, March 12

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Santa Fe New Mexican staff

Legislative roundup, March 12:

Days remaining in session, as of Tuesday morning: 4

Tax breaks nixed: A bill that would have lowered gambling taxes paid by racetracks from 26 percent to 10 percent died Monday in a 33-32 vote of the House of Representatives.

Rep. Zach Cook, R-Ruidoso, said his House Bill 650 would have given racetrack operators the chance to use the savings to make capital improvements over the five years the tax credit was in place.


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