In 2010, Baltimore passed its’ first “bottle tax” by split city council vote, which levied a 2 cent tax on bottled goods. This tax, which was set to expire in 3 years, now is facing strong opposition from local union and other industry workers in efforts to increase the tax from 2 cents to 5 cents. The revenue that is to be generated from this tax hike is intended to give a boost to local schools and other construction work, but union leaders claim that this will cost many jobs while not making a significant impact on those schools.
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