The school districts and most mayoral candidates oppose Sly's pre-K sales tax, but the mayor won't back down
In a week, Kansas City voters will decide if the city should impose a 3/8-cent sales tax to help fund high-quality education for Kansas City children the year before they enter kindergarten. Mayor Sly James is behind this pre-K tax proposal, and he's been out stumping hard for it.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Mayor Sly Pushing Pre-K Sales Tax In Vain
Round-up of what we already know . . . NOBODY who isn't getting paid is supporting the Pre-K sales tax effort but the mayor's stubbornness is tarnishing his legacy that was built on developer cash and not concern for students. Take a look: