Sarah Fay Campbell of the Times-Herald, reports on the flaws of T-SPLOST across the state. They say there’s the question of its constitutionality and its appropriateness. It’s effect on other transportation funding sources. The pre-existing problems with the Georgia Department of Transportation. There’s also the constitutionality of the state treating different regions differently in terms
“T-SPLOST will increase the retail sales tax by 1% on most purchases – including groceries – bringing the overall sales tax rate in some Georgia counties to 8%.