Politics & Government

February 9, 2014 11:00 PM

Strong majority favors local sales tax option, but support softening

A majority of Kentucky voters favor a proposed constitutional amendment that would give voters the right to approve or reject a temporary local sales tax increase for specific building projects, although support has softened in the last year.

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