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House, Senate reach tax cut package deal

Negotiators in the House and Senate on Thursday came to an agreement on legislation cutting taxes by $105 million, including tax breaks for pet medicines, child car seats, bicycle helmets and cement trucks.

The tax cut package, HB 5601, is the last piece of Gov. Rick Scott’s goal of $500 million in tax relief this year. He’s already signed SB 156, slashing vehicle registration and title fees by $395 million, with the average car registration seeing a $25 fee cut.

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