Jackson County residents are deciding today if they’ll continue their quarter-cent sales tax that raises money to fight drug use and production. The tax produces $15-Million to $20-Million a year, which go to about 80 agencies in the county. Opponents say the tax should expire because there’s no evidence that it is doing any good. It’s the only county in the state with such a tax.
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