DALLAS — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal ended his quest to scrap the state income tax and replace it with a higher sales tax.

He is giving up on a higher sales tax that would be expanded to include many services, Jindal said, but the fight will continue for an end to Louisiana's corporate and personal income taxes, he said Monday as the 2013 Legislature convened in Baton Rouge for a two-month session.

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