DALLAS - When the Texas Legislature in 2006 passed a law mandating that school districts roll back property taxes, the act was hailed as one of the largest tax breaks in state history.

But pressured by rising costs, many school districts are asking voters to allow them to add back the maximum amount of "golden pennies" allowable under the law to fund much-needed maintenance and pay raises for teachers.

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