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Mayors Assail Tax Proposals

United Press International

The nation’s mayors voted today to oppose key sections of the Reagan Administration budget and tax proposals that they said would cripple urban America.

The U.S. Conference of Mayors, closing a five-day meeting attended by 180 mayors, overwhelmingly opposed proposals to phase out federal revenue sharing, disallow local and state tax deductions on federal income tax returns and remove tax-exempt status from many municipal bonds.


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