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- Jul 8, 2001
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- Deep South Alabama
The selling point of the plan, Eldridge said, is the proposal would eliminate, but not repeal, the state's 4 percent sales tax, and local sales taxes would also go away. The state would rebate to the parishes and cities money to match or exceed sales taxes that are no longer collected. The state and local sales tax elimination would cost about $8 billion.
Then it needs to be stipulated that the $$ will go toward the taxes.