Texas contemplates "sin taxes" to fund schools

04/21/2004 | NYTimes.com

Texas is considering imposing levies on gambling, cigarettes, alcohol and topless bars to shift away from using property tax revenues to finance public education. Gov. Rick Perry's controversial billion-dollar plan, if approved, would end the "Robin Hood" system of redirecting property tax revenues from wealthy districts to poorer ones.

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