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Nobody Wins on Tax Votes 

Burlington voters turn down property tax increases, as well as Mayor Sanders' proposed gross receipts tax on rooms and meals.

Bernie Sanders

Published June 11, 1982 at 4:00 a.m.

This article was republished in the Seven Days online archive with permission from the owner of Vanguard Press, a free weekly in circulation 1978-1990.
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