DALLAS - Utah lawmakers will open a special session tomorrow with plans to cut spending by $272.4 million and to approve issuance a $150 million of general obligation bonds for highways.

Gov. Jon Huntsman called the session after revenues had fallen short of projections amid the economic downturn. The governor's office said the falling revenue include income and sales taxes.

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