Capital-intensive businesses relocating to Texas or expanding here would face greater scrutiny to qualify for school property tax breaks under the Senate’s version of House Bill 3390 that passed Tuesday night.
The Texas Economic Development Act reduces school property taxes up to 90 percent for companies such as Samsung Electronics in Austin and Toyota Motor Works in San Antonio _ as well as wind farms _ to help recruit them. The tax breaks last 10 years.
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