Public safety sales tax helps Kansas City police

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The Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners yesterday increased the policd department’s budget by 12 percent, to $169.7 million for the 2003-04 fiscal year. Most of the increase, $13.9 million, derives from a public-safety sales tax that voters approved last April to build and repair police facilities, the Kansas City Star reports. Without the sales-tax
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