Kansas City voters will decide on a massive infrastructure bond proposal, a sales tax measure and a reduction in pot possession penalties. Question 1 would provide $600 million for streets, bridges and sidewalks.
Kansas City voters will decide on a massive infrastructure bond proposal, a sales tax measure and a reduction in pot possession penalties. Question 1 would provide $600 million for streets, bridges and sidewalks. File photo FRED BL0CHER/The Kansas City Sta
Kansas City voters will decide on a massive infrastructure bond proposal, a sales tax measure and a reduction in pot possession penalties. Question 1 would provide $600 million for streets, bridges and sidewalks. File photo FRED BL0CHER/The Kansas City Sta

Fates of bond proposals, tax initiative, pot penalties rest with KC area voters

March 31, 2017 1:43 PM

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