House Majority Leader Mike Hager, right, said proposed income tax changes discussed Tuesday would benefit low-income and middle-class families as well as attract technology companies to the state.
House Majority Leader Mike Hager, right, said proposed income tax changes discussed Tuesday would benefit low-income and middle-class families as well as attract technology companies to the state. 2014 file photo By Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
House Majority Leader Mike Hager, right, said proposed income tax changes discussed Tuesday would benefit low-income and middle-class families as well as attract technology companies to the state. 2014 file photo By Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Legislators look to cut NC income taxes by raising standard deduction

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