Kansas City voters obeyed this sign on Tuesday and gave a hearty thumbs up to renewing the 1 percent earnings tax for five more years.
Kansas City voters obeyed this sign on Tuesday and gave a hearty thumbs up to renewing the 1 percent earnings tax for five more years. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstarc.com
Kansas City voters obeyed this sign on Tuesday and gave a hearty thumbs up to renewing the 1 percent earnings tax for five more years. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstarc.com

Two big winners, three colossal losers in Kansas City’s crucial earnings tax victory

April 05, 2016 08:50 PM

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