Government & Politics

August 8, 2014

Ambulance billing challenge in KC needs thousands more signatures

The City Council voted 7-4 on June 19 to privatize billing for Kansas City’s emergency medical services. But union officials and others who oppose the decision launched a referendum drive to put the ambulance billing issue to a public vote. They needed 7,143 signatures, but a count so far by local election authorities has found only about 4,000 valid signatures.

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