House Votes In Favor Of Kosciusko Restaurant Tax

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The Mississippi House voted 107-7 Thursday to allow Kosciusko aldermen to put a restaurant tax referendum on the ballot.   If 60 per cent of the voters approve it, the city could charge a two per cent tax on prepared food and beverages with the revenue going toward tourism promotion and parks and recreation.   The bill now goes to the Senate.

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