Cleveland Council Votes On Tax Hike Plan For Police Reform

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Cleveland's mayor has insisted that court-mandated reforms to the city's police department are not the only reason he is asking voters for a city income tax increase, but officials appear to recognize that it is necessary to avoid cuts to staff and services, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The reforms are mandatory, and if the city doesn't have . . .

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