Voter-approved property tax cuts could spur economic development in Texas, business leaders say

With Proposition 4 – the state's vast property tax relief package – now approved by voters, some representatives of the business community share that the coming breaks will help foster more economic growth in Central Texas while others argue it will do little to change the status quo in Austin. This story looks at what the approved package means for businesses, and subscribers can access ABJ's list of commercial building owners.

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