“By generating revenue of more than double our annual budget, taxpayers can be assured we are efficiently allocating our budget resources to safeguard their interests,” Tammy Dickinson, the U.S. attorney for western Missouri, recently said of her office’s efforts to bring in money for the government.
“By generating revenue of more than double our annual budget, taxpayers can be assured we are efficiently allocating our budget resources to safeguard their interests,” Tammy Dickinson, the U.S. attorney for western Missouri, recently said of her office’s efforts to bring in money for the government. The Kansas City Star
“By generating revenue of more than double our annual budget, taxpayers can be assured we are efficiently allocating our budget resources to safeguard their interests,” Tammy Dickinson, the U.S. attorney for western Missouri, recently said of her office’s efforts to bring in money for the government. The Kansas City Star

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