Tourism tax dies in Legislature

By CHARLIE SMITH,

A plan to create a dining and lodging tax in Columbia for tourism, parks and recreation or economic development will have to wait for at least another year.

Mayor Justin McKenzie said State Rep. Ken Morgan informed him Tuesday that the bill had died in committee after some questions were raised about language in it.

 
 
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