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How high-tax states may try to get around the new SALT deduction cap

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Putting a $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions was one of the most controversial changes in the federal tax overhaul that was just signed into law.

It's been so controversial, in fact, that high-tax states, which feel unfairly targeted, may try to find a way around it when their legislatures start their spring sessions in the coming weeks.

"This tax provision hits the blue states by eliminating the state and local tax deductibility and uses that money

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