HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania voters have given their approval to a constitutional amendment that could eventually lead to property tax cuts.
The measure gives legal authorization for state lawmakers to pass a law to let local governments exempt the full value of homes from taxes.
State legislators, however, would have to figure out how to replace the revenue should they take such a step.
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