Kansas Citians To Vote on Special Anti-Drug Tax

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http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascitystar/news/6451048.htm Voters in Kansas City will decide tomorrow whether to extend an anti-drug tax in Jackson County, which includes Kansas City, for another seven years. The Community-Backed Anti-Drug Tax, called COMBAT, was approved in 1989 and is set to expire in March 2004, the Kansas City Star says. COMBAT is a quarter-cent sales tax expected to raise about $19.8 million this year for about 80 law enforcement, drug treatment and drug prevention agencies in . . .

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