A group known as Citizens Against the Tax Increase, or CATI, strongly opposed the measure in 2010, and has also voiced its opposition to the measure appearing on the ballot again. They argue because the entire penny wouldn't be used to fund the system the proposal would be ineffective and point out Midlands leaders could funnel millions to the transit system through increased revenues from property tax hikes, franchise fees and water and sewer rates.
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