We’ve got a lot of voters to reach out to and get ready for this election — and that’s why we’ve launched the Maryland Victory 2012 Coordinated Campaign. The idea behind our campaign is pretty simple: By working together we can win big in Maryla…
A member of Tennessee Democratic Party’s executive committee is promising to reform the party’s vetting process following Mark Clayton’s win last week in the Senate primary. Jim Bilbo, chairman of the party’s bylaws committee, sent out a statement Tuesday afternoon … Continue reading →
The City of Wichita says that the property tax mill levy has not increased in many years. But it has. In addition, property tax revenue has been shifted from debt repayment to current consumption.
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By Diane Dillon
California’s rural county residents will soon be receiving bills from the State of California for fire services under a 2011 legislative scheme known as State Responsibility Area Fees. These new fees are unfair, costly and do not reflect that rural residents — much like urban dwellers — are already paying for local fire services. Unfortunately, efforts to repeal these state-imposed fees have failed in the California Legislature.
The concept of an State Responsibility Area fee is not new. One was instituted several years ago but repealed because of pending litigation against it. Last year, Sacramento budget writers Read more »
Tennessee Democratic Party Chairman Chip Forrester missed the chance to keep Mark Clayton off the ballot, and there is little chance of running a second election now, the state’s elections coordinator said Tuesday. Forrester had seven days after the April … Continue reading →
The Republican Party of Iowa is soliciting sponsorships for the Republican National Convention, which is now less than a month away. The oversized post card that features a palm tree, as well as a photograph and letter from Iowa Governor Terry Branstad on one side, describes a whole list of sponsorship levels on the other [...]
By Sheila Kuehl
In my last essay, I compared the poor families in California to an array of long-suffering silent movie heroines who were threatened by heartless landlords or mustachioed villains and inevitably rescued in the nick of time by the super…