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House grudgingly accepts Senate property tax plan

After hours where House members complained about bad they thought the Senate property tax plan, the House just voted to "concur" with the Senate property tax plan by a 74-41 vote. Next up is a final vote to place the revamped constitutional amendment on the Jan. 29th ballot.

Most of those who voted against the amendment were Democrats. But Reps. Rene Garcia, Will Kendrick, Pat Patterson, Don Brown, David Simmons and Dick Kravitz also voted no. Some South Florida Democrats also voted yes: Reps. Ed Bullard, Marty Kiar, Wilbert "Tee" Holloway, Yolly Roberson, Jack Seiler and Ari Porth.

UPDATE: The vote on the amendment was 97-18, with 16 Democrats and two Republicans, Garcia and Kendrick, voting no.

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I am proud of those Democrats that voted yes.

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