We take you through the months-long half-cent sales tax referendum saga as the Duval County School Board attempts to hold a special election later this year.

School started in Duval County on Aug. 12, but the months-long fight to get a half-cent sales tax referendum on the ballot continues for the Duval County School Board.

The school board decided in April to hold a special election, but the General Counsel's office said it was up to the Jacksonville City Council to decide "whether and when" voters get to decide on the referendum. On Wednesday, the council and school board meet to discuss concerns and next steps.

The Times-Union created an interactive timeline to help follow along with the referendum's progress — and pitfalls — over the last few months:  

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