DALLAS — Arizona lawmakers are preparing to meet in a special session tomorrow to consider calling for a temporary sales-tax increase and $200 million in spending cuts to ease an estimated $1.6 billion deficit.

The session comes less than a month after the last one in which the Legislature cut spending by $450 million and less than a month before the regular session on Jan. 11.

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