For the Kids 

Jim Strickland, Shea Flinn, and the push for a pre-K sales-tax hike in Memphis.

A sales-tax increase in Memphis could raise millions every year to fund a program of pre-kindergarten education that supporters say could help break the chain of crime and poverty here, but first it's got to fly with tax-weary voters. Memphians will decide…

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