Fresno mayoral candidate H. Spees plans to push a statewide ballot initiative that would require the state to return 5 percent of income tax revenue to local governments for public safety funding. One of Spees’ opponents says the idea is “a pie in the sky deal that is dead on arrival.”
Fresno mayoral candidate H. Spees plans to push a statewide ballot initiative that would require the state to return 5 percent of income tax revenue to local governments for public safety funding. One of Spees’ opponents says the idea is “a pie in the sky deal that is dead on arrival.” Keith Seaman
Fresno mayoral candidate H. Spees plans to push a statewide ballot initiative that would require the state to return 5 percent of income tax revenue to local governments for public safety funding. One of Spees’ opponents says the idea is “a pie in the sky deal that is dead on arrival.” Keith Seaman
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Fresno mayoral hopeful H. Spees pitches statewide ballot initiative to boost public safety

April 25, 2016 4:30 PM

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