(Harrisburg) -- Along with electing a number of judges Tuesday night, Pennsylvania voters agreed to a ballot measure that will amend the constitution to let municipalities stop charging property taxes.
It's a step forward in an ongoing fight to lower the commonwealth's controversial, high property tax rates.
But it's not likely to have a practical impact anytime soon.
Under previous constitutional language, local governments could only exempt up to 50 percent of their median home value from property taxes.
Now, they can technically exempt all homeowners.