Memphis, Tennessee, Rejects Sales Tax Increase
- Dec 3, 2013 | Gail Cole
Last month, voters in Memphis, Tennessee, rejected Proposed City Ordinance 5495. The referendum called for a half-cent increase in the optional local sales tax. Proceeds would have funded city-wide Pre-K education programs and reduced city property taxes.
60% of Memphis voters rejected the sales tax increase.
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