Proposal would use Lawrence sales tax on food to help poor
10 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times
LAWRENCE, Kan. - City leaders are looking at the possibility of indirectly returning some of the money impoverished Lawrence residents are charged in sales tax on groceries. Mayor Stuart Boley proposed the program to city commissioners Feb. 13, the Lawrence Journal-World reported. “I've been working to figure out how much people in Lawrence...
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