A North Dakota Senate committee voted against a bill that would allow school districts to tap city sales tax to pay debt service on bonds.

Senate Bill 2137, sponsored by Rep. Gary Sukut, R-Williston, and Sen. Stan Lyson, R-Williston, would have allowed cities to ask voters for a 1% increase in the local sales tax and use the additional revenue to pay off school bonds.

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