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In this excerpt from WichitaLiberty.TV: Wichita voters give their opinions on city spending, subsidies for economic development, and their willingness to pay higher taxes for certain services. Since this episode was recorded, the Wichita City Council has given tentative approval for a one cent sales tax to be used for water supply, street maintenance, economic development, and transit. View below, or click here to view on YouTube.
For more from this survey, see
- Poll: Wichitans don’t want sales tax increase
- In Wichita, opinion of city spending consistent across party and ideology
- Few Wichitans support taxation for economic development subsidies
- Wichitans willing to fund basics
- To fund government, Wichitans prefer alternatives to raising taxes
Tags: Economic development, Government spending, Kansas Policy Institute, Taxation, Wichita city government
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