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  • KC police will lose funding for sobriety checkpoints

    Beginning next month the Kansas City Police Department and other Missouri law enforcement agencies will lose funding for sobriety checkpoints; $19 million in federal funds will shift away from checkpoints to saturation patrols.

Beginning next month the Kansas City Police Department and other Missouri law enforcement agencies will lose funding for sobriety checkpoints; $19 million in federal funds will shift away from checkpoints to saturation patrols. Neil Nakahodo, Lily Oppenheimer and Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
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