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December 26, 2014

Editorial: Sales-tax tango in Anniston

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Brian Johnson

Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6:19 pm | Updated: 6:47 pm, Thu Oct 9, 2014.

The gnashing of teeth over Anniston’s proposed 2015 budget is warranted. An across-the-board budget slash of nearly 6 percent is painful. It’s no paper cut. It’s the real deal.

Annistonians have every right to recoil. But they also should examine one of the most telling facts in The Star’s coverage since City Manager Brian Johnson unveiled the proposed budget on Monday.

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