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July 5, 2014 9:00 PM

Editorial: Lexington County’s proposed penny-on-the-dollar tax increase a tough sell

LEXINGTON County leaders supporting a proposed penny-on-the-dollar sales tax increase to pay for roads and various capital projects will have to work much harder than Richland County did in selling its transportation sales tax.

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