Police sound alarm as city council considers delay for new Jackson County jail
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police are raising concerns about where they’ll put prisoners next month, as the city council considers slowing down the process for building a new jail. A joint council committee Wednesday failed to advance a proposal to begin design work for a new city jail. On June 25, the city can no longer house 275 prisoners in the Jackson County jail because of an intergovernmental dispute over costs. The city council recently approved a short term fix, [

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