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Santa Fe voters reject tax hike

KOB.com Web Staff
September 19, 2017 10:23 PM

SANTA Fe, N.M. -- Santa Fe voters have turned down a plan to raise taxes in the name of public safety.

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Based on the unofficial results of Tuesday's election, more than 5,500 voters said no to a gross receipts tax hike.  Around 2,300 people were for it.

The hike would have raised about $2 million a year for behavioral health services and new public safety jobs.

 

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