Texas lawmakers are still working in Austin on property tax relief. A plan for a sales tax swap seems all but dead as of right now, and as Vance Ginn told KFYO on Tuesday, without spending restrictions, a sales tax swap would do little to lower the tax burden for most Texans.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the Texas Senate passed a school finance reform package on Monday that included a 10-cent property tax cut. According to the Houston Chronicle, the owner of a $200,000 home would save $175.

Is that enough though? The Governor, Lt. Governor, and Speakers all promised property tax relief and reform. What do most Texans consider relief though? That's what we want to know from you. What dollar amount on property taxes would consider relief? Let us know in the poll below.