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FAN AND MEDAL Which best explains how local taxes can support a local economy?

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    ? Local taxes often support construction of state universities and national colleges. These services create an educated workforce that will benefit the economy. Local taxes often pay for road repair, firefighters, and police officers. These services create jobs and help society run smoothly. Local taxes can only hurt an economy. Taxes take money out of circulation and cause businesses to move away. Local taxes often support investments in science, space, and technology, which will benefit the economy in the long run.

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