The state Senate has unanimously passed legislation that would stop Pennsylvania from applying its personal income tax to dividends from mutual funds invested in U.S. government securities.

When it reconvenes in September, the House is expected to pass the measure, which would result in a $5 million annual loss to state coffers, according to a spokeswoman for Eileen McNulty, the state's revenue secretary.

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