Backers: Tax would fund more training

If voters pass a quarter-cent sales tax to help fund the Jefferson City Fire Department next month, supporters say firefighters will be given more training to help save lives.

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At a campaign rally Friday afternoon, Third Ward City Councilman Dr. Bryan Pope said as he and other sales tax supporters have walked through the city to answer questions about the tax, residents have said they want firefighters to continue to perform as first responders.

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