The prolific activist has seemingly already declared victory online.
We'll wait to see how the court case turns out.
Check her argument and the latest court update . . .
"Gwendolyn Grant, president and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, contends in the lawsuit against the Kansas City Police Board of Commissioners that state control of the city's police department is discriminatory and prevents Kansas City residents from having a say in how millions of tax dollars are spent in their city . . ."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com linkS . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A lawsuit challenging state control of the Kansas City police department will proceed after a Jackson County judge declined this week to dismiss it.
A judge ruled Tuesday to deny the motion to dismiss a lawsuit involving "taxation without representation" against the city of Kansas City, Missouri, as well as the mayor, city council, city manager, director of finance and Board of Police Commissioners.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Gwendolyn Grant, president of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, says the current Board of Police Commissioners is "taxation without representation." "The only pathway for us to secure local control is either through legislative action of the Missouri Legislature or a statewide ballot initiative," Grant said.
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