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May 16, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Voters decided to raise property taxes in Alabama's largest school system amid warnings that high school football would be scrapped if the plan failed. With 93% of the ballots in Mobile County counted, unofficial returns showed the proposal passing with 57,148 votes in favor and 44,421 opposed. Supporters said the measure would raise about $27 million, helping to offset millions in state cutbacks.
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May 16, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Voters decided to raise property taxes in Alabama's largest school system amid warnings that high school football would be scrapped if the plan failed. With 93% of the ballots in Mobile County counted, unofficial returns showed the proposal passing with 57,148 votes in favor and 44,421 opposed. Supporters said the measure would raise about $27 million, helping to offset millions in state cutbacks.
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