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Christa Hofland of Dickinson submits her ballot for the final count during the primary election Tuesday at the Badlands Activity Center. Measure 2 was defeated Tuesday with about 77 percent of North Dakota voters voting against the item that would have abolished property taxes.

Lawmakers mull property tax reforms; Ideas include more tax credits

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GRAND FORKS -- A constitutional measure that would have made North Dakota the first state in the nation to abolish property taxes went down in flames Tuesday, with about 77 percent of the more than 172,000 primary voters soundly saying "No."

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