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Tax hike on Santa Clara County ballot
SANTA CLARA COUNTY (KGO) -- Santa Clara County voters will decide in November whether to approve a tax hike to pay for basic services.
On Tuesday the county Board of Supervisors approved a ballot measure raising the sales tax by one-eighth of a cent to 8.5 percent.
If approved it would add about $46 million a year to the county budget over the next 10 years.
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