Nebraska lawmakers are eliminating a new tax on phone sales that Lincoln levied last year to help lower its deficit. 

The city in 2010 began collecting an additional 6% tax on the sale of phones and phone services that officials said would generate $600,000 annually. The new money was to be used for a general fund shortfall.

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