LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Jefferson County School District regarding a property tax increase in 2020.
Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw approved the signatures, which were later disputed by JCPS, and a judge has now ruled that the question will not be appearing on the ballot anytime soon.
JCPS has been collecting the taxes and will now be able to use the millions of dollars saved up pending the outcome of the lawsuit.
Editor's Note: Above video is from July 2020.
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