PROVIDENCE – Meal and beverage tax collections from Rhode Island restaurants declined 3.9 percent in 2018 to $14.6 million compared with the $15.2 million the state collected a year earlier, the R.I. Department of Revenue reported Friday. Providence took in the most meal and beverage tax of any municipality in the state in 2018 at…
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