Jaco med tax opposition committee now up to $50,000
08/29/2013 9:57 AM
08/29/2013 10:01 AM
of Springfield — a physician and a lawyer according to his campaign filing — has donated another $17,000 to his committee opposing the half-cent Jackson County health research tax on the November ballot.
Bradshaw’s contributions now total $50,000. He’s bought time on local television stations to oppose the tax.
Supporters have given $110,000 to date to theCommittee for Research Treatments and Cures.
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