Kansas City Progressives Dispute Police Funding Despite Recent Homicide Spike

We notice this report seems to cast a bit of shade in the direction of the po-po . . . Here's the money line and the premise of this kinda biased report . . .

"The KCPD's budget takes up the largest chunk of any city department. This marks the first time the city must allocate 25% of its general revenues to the KCPD since the passage of Amendment 4 last year."

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Police once again get the largest share as Kansas City passes its annual budget

The Kansas City Council approved a $2 billion budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year, which includes $284.5 million for the Kansas City Police Department - the most allocated to any city department. The budget passed with a 12-1 vote; Councilman Brandon Ellington was the only no vote.