Several gun stores say they've seen a spike in sales since the two percent ammo tax proposal was brought up.
The proposal would levy a two percent tax on live ammo. That would equal about one penny for each bullet.
The expected $1.2 million raised from the tax would go to trauma centers in high crime areas across the state.
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