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February 18, 2016 3:01 AM

Martial arts academies fight back against sales tax on sport

Martial arts, karate schools subject to sales tax for the first time this year

Owners say sales tax of up to 9.6 percent is causing them to lose clients

Bill in Legislature would again exempt karate, martial arts from sales taxes

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