KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City voters will decide on April 2 whether to renew Kansas City’s health levy.
Truman Medical Center kicked off a campaign Monday to persuade voters to approve to the idea.
The levy will appear on question one on the ballot.
Approval would allow 22 cents of the current levy to continue supporting ambulance, hospital and other medical services for a period of nine years.
"Different people from all economic stripes periodically need service,” says John Bluford, President and CEO of Truman Medical Center. “And we're here for them."
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