A one cent sales tax that has raised millions of dollars to market Myrtle Beach as a tourism destination to out-of-state visitors was initially killed by Gov. Nikki Haley, but resurrected by the state assembly this week in the waning hours of the legislative session.
A one cent sales tax that has raised millions of dollars to market Myrtle Beach as a tourism destination to out-of-state visitors was initially killed by Gov. Nikki Haley, but resurrected by the state assembly this week in the waning hours of the legislative session. Janet Blackmon Morgan The Sun News file photo
A one cent sales tax that has raised millions of dollars to market Myrtle Beach as a tourism destination to out-of-state visitors was initially killed by Gov. Nikki Haley, but resurrected by the state assembly this week in the waning hours of the legislative session. Janet Blackmon Morgan The Sun News file photo

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June 02, 2016 5:22 PM

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