Show-Me Kansas City Defund Police Vote Part Deux

The result will likely be the same . . . 

An overwhelming showing of police support from the taxpayers who fund Missouri law enforcement, thankfully, with more accurate ballot language this time around . . . Check the latest on both Missouri Republicans & Kansas City politicos making a joke of local Democracy:

The proposed constitutional amendment would require Kansas City to increase the amount of general revenue it spends on its police department from 20% to 25%. The measure has faced intense criticism from Kansas City officials who argue voters across the state shouldn’t decide how a municipality makes public safety decisions.

It’s unclear whether Kansas City officials will attempt to fight Parson’s order. A spokesperson for Mayor Quinton Lucas did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.

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Parson puts KCPD funding measure on August ballot, sidestepping Supreme Court opinion

"The Court left open the question that the Governor could order a special election in this case," said Parson spokesperson Johnathan Shiflett.

Missouri voters to again decide on KCPD's funding in August

Missouri voters will decide on two amendments to change the state's constitution during a primary election in August, Gov. Mike Parson announced.

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