Warrior businesses as a way to protest the tax. As a result, business owners in Warrior say they are suffering.
"The boycott has nothing to do with us personally, but it does hurt us because people who work here have children to feed and bills to pay," said the owner of White House Restaurant Sharon Corley.
Blount County residents said they believe the city of Warrior taxes unfairly. They said they never see Warrior police patrolling the area, and shouldn't have to pay for the service.
Sen. Scott Beason, R-Gardendale, sponsored the proposed constitutional amendment and said he hopes a vote will settle the debate.
"It's really trying to address the issue and not have a similar problem in the future," said Sen. Beason, "it's not anything against anyone. I just hope we'll have it solved and everything will go back to normal, I hope."
Voters who live outside of the area had mixed opinions on whether they should vote on the issue.
"I think it's ridiculous," said Jane Harris, "I think if it doesn't affect you, then I don't see the point in everyone voting on it."
"If it passes through whole state, then other cities can do it," said Ron Sanford, "So if you look at it that way, then it is a good thing to have the whole state vote on it."
The statewide vote will be Nov. 2. To pass, it would have to be approved by voters statewide and voters in Blount County.
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