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St. Louis Treasurer Joins Activists In Opposing Prop-P

(St. Louis, MO) -- St. Louis Treasurer Tishaura Jones joined activists Tuesday calling a ballot measure to increase salaries for the city’s embattled police department “tone-deaf.” At issue is a half-cent sales tax increase. On November 7th, voters will decide the fate of Proposition P, which will bring in roughly $20 million in revenue, $13 million of which would be used to help the city hire more officers and raise their pay.

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