Henry and Knox county voters reject sales tax increase for public safety

By WEEK Producer

Henry and Knox county voters reject sales tax increase for public safety

March 18, 2014 Updated Mar 18, 2014 at 10:51 PM CDT

CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Voters in Henry and Knox counties rejected referendums that would have increased sales tax.

In Knox County, voters were asked to approve a .25-percent sales tax increase for public safety. In Henry County, it was .5-percent. An overwhelming number of voters in both counties said no.

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