School security has changed drastically in the past several decades, and those changes have come with a price tag. Radio equipment, lock systems and security cameras can cost schools a hefty sum.
In an effort to lessen the burden for schools trying to make their campuses safer, a group of legislators and community leaders in the Upstate have introduced a bill at the Statehouse that would make those purchases sales tax exempt.
The exemption would extend to items such as medical response equipment, digital security, and surveillance systems for all schools in the state, including private schools, charter schools and colleges.
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by Conor Hughes
February 25, 2020