Aldermen send public safety sales tax to ballot

ST. LOUIS - Friday afternoon, the St. Louis aldermen voted 18 to eight in favor of putting a public safety tax on the November ballot.

If approved by voters, the bill will permanently raise the city sales tax by half a cent.

The money would go to police, the fire department, and the circuit attorney's office.

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