DALLAS - St. Louis County, Mo., officials are drafting a legislative proposal that would change the way the county and 90 cities split nearly $100 million generated by a one-cent countywide sales tax.

County Executive George Westfall has outlined a plan that officials believe would eliminate inequities built into the system when it was adopted in 1978. Critics want to change a system they say favors cities with large shopping or retail centers at the expense of other cities.

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