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St Louis Green Party forces Audit

Civil Rights Movement Gets Real

St. Louis Mayor Booed Off MLK Platform

By DON FITZ and ZAKI BARUTI

The other side of the St. Louis housing crisis is the crowding of Black families into dilapidated houses with peeling lead paint and lead dust which poisons children. The Green Party of St. Louis organized efforts to find out where the Slay political machine is spending childhood lead poisoning prevention money.

Throughout 2006, City government dodged questions from the Greens. So the Green Party petitioned for a full audit of City finances. Distrustful of how Slay government handles money, thousands signed. In July 2007, the State Auditor certified that there were significant signatures and that an audit would begin in 2008.

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