The New Jersey tax repeal movement is expected to take an important step forward today, with the introduction of five bills in the Senate to dismantle all $2.8 billion of Gov. Jim Florio's 1990 tax increases.

Departing Sen. Laurence S. Weiss, chairman of the Senate Revenue, Finance and Appropriations Committee, said Tuesday he would sponsor the legislation and hold public hearings on Monday.

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