Voters in multiple states will decide 9-1-1 funding issues

Voters in the Willamette Valley in Oregon; the Takoma area in Washington state; Belmont County, Ohio; and Calhoun County, Mich., will decide whether to raise taxes or fees to fund local 9-1-1 systems. Options include a sales tax increase, a special communications levy for 9-1-1 equipment and an increase in 9-1-1 fees on phone or utility bills.

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WTRF-TV (Wheeling, W.Va.) · News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The · Battle Creek Enquirer (Mich.) · Statesman-Journal (Salem, Ore.) (tiered subscription model)

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