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April 10, 2014 12:17 PM

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

The Beaufort Tea Party is worried a proposed 1 percent capital projects sales tax would overburden poor Beaufort County residents still reeling from last year's property tax increases, according to group leader Ann Ubelis.

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