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Jindal plan would remove income, raise sales taxes

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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday proposed a hefty jump in the state's sales tax rate and $1.4 billion in new taxes charged on services to help offset the cost of his push to eliminate Louisiana's income taxes. The Republican governor and his leader on the tax code revamp, Tim Barfield, outlined the first specifics of Jindal's proposal to rewrite Louisiana's tax code, but...

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