CHICAGO — Nebraska legislators are weighing major overhauls to the state’s tax code, including Gov. Dave Heineman’s controversial proposal to eliminate the state’s income tax.

After two days of marathon public hearings last week that drew heavy opposition to the Republican governor’s plan, lawmakers this week will decide on a compromise measure that would set up a working panel to review the state’s tax code and report back to the Legislature by April 1.

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