CHICAGO — Riding high on its record oil boom, North Dakota will consider a measure that would repeal property taxes and require the state to replace the local revenue.

The resolution will appear on the June 2012 primary ballot. It proposes eliminating property taxes throughout the state starting in 2012. The measure requires the Legislature to replace local government revenue with state tax revenue.

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