Local city approves retail sales tax increase

In Marion, Illinois, the city council has passed a retail sales tax increase.

The city council held a special meeting Monday afternoon, where it approved amending the retail sales tax for a 0.25 percent increase.

Mayor Bob Butler says the money the tax increase will bring is needed by the city. On Monday’s Local 6 at Five, our Rachael Krause will bring us more about the tax and what it means for you and your family. 

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