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Opponents say plan has no funding, would cause countywide property tax hikes
,b>Patrick McNamara/The Explorer, Jail inmates await arraignment hearings at video court in Pima County Adult Detention Center. County officials say a proposal to add 350 new police officers in Tucson would increase criminal prosecutions by 30 percent and possibly require an increase in property taxes.
Patrick McNamara/The Explorer, Yard B, an exercise yard at Pima County Adult Detention Center, looks out toward A Mountain. An initiative on Tucson ballots in November would mandate more police on city streets. Opponents say the plan would force more people into the already-full jail and cost residents countywide.