DALLAS — Voters in Tucson, Ariz. will decide on Nov. 5 whether the city can add up to $50 million in annual spending to ease chronic budget pressures.

Under Proposition 401, the city would be allowed to exceed limits imposed by the state constitution. In 1980, the Arizona Legislature capped what municipalities can spend in a year based on population growth and inflation.

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