Tornado Victims Tax Break

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Updated: 3/31/2012 7:32 pm
     It's been nearly one month since the deadly tornadoes ripped through the Bluegrass.  Tornado victims may soon get some help rebuilding.
     21 of the hardest hit counties were declared disaster areas by President Barack Obama.  Victims living there will get a sales tax break on materials they use to rebuild their homes.  The House of Representatives approved the measure late last night and sent it to the governor to sign.  Representative John Stacy of West Liberty led the effort which had overwhelming support from both parties.
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