FILE: Members of the Beaufort Tea Party listen during the Capital Sales Project Commission's first meeting in the County Council Chambers the evening of April 10, 2014, in Beaufort.
FILE: Members of the Beaufort Tea Party listen during the Capital Sales Project Commission's first meeting in the County Council Chambers the evening of April 10, 2014, in Beaufort. Delayna Earley Staff photo
FILE: Members of the Beaufort Tea Party listen during the Capital Sales Project Commission's first meeting in the County Council Chambers the evening of April 10, 2014, in Beaufort. Delayna Earley Staff photo

Tea partiers concerned sales tax proposal will overburden low-income residents

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