DALLAS — Gov. Bobby Jindal asked Louisiana lawmakers to wipe out the state income tax at the end of 2013 and replace the lost revenues with a higher, broader sales tax.

Jindal outlined the revenue-neutral $3.6 billion plan at an unusual personal appearance before Thursday's joint session of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee.

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