BRADENTON, Fla. - Florida's Taxation and Budget Reform Commission on Friday will consider one of the most radical tax reform measures in the state's history, one based on the Colorado Taxpayer Bill of Rights that caps the annual revenues supporting state and local governments and requires voter approval of new taxes and fees.

It is yet another in a long list of attempts to rein in government spending in the Sunshine state, where property taxes and values soared during the real estate boom years.

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