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  • Despite defeat on earnings tax, Citizens For Responsible Government not going away

    Woody Cozad, spokesman for the Citizens for Responsible Government, says unlike five years ago, group is going to continue to ask question how Kansas City handles taxation and expenses.

Despite defeat on earnings tax, Citizens For Responsible Government not going away

Woody Cozad, spokesman for the Citizens for Responsible Government, says unlike five years ago, group is going to continue to ask question how Kansas City handles taxation and expenses.
skeyser@kcstar.com