City Manager Troy Schulte has estimated that if the earnings tax revenue disappears, 800 Kansas City police officers would have to be let go over 10 years.
City Manager Troy Schulte has estimated that if the earnings tax revenue disappears, 800 Kansas City police officers would have to be let go over 10 years. Joe Ledford Star file photo
City Manager Troy Schulte has estimated that if the earnings tax revenue disappears, 800 Kansas City police officers would have to be let go over 10 years. Joe Ledford Star file photo

A lot is at stake in Kansas City’s April 5 earnings tax election

March 20, 2016 09:05 PM

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