Re: North Dakota Considers Eliminating Property Tax
- To get a little more exposure, I posted a modified version of this as an
The public is so ignorant however, that I am not expecting an epiphany
--- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, "Janos Abel" <goodworld@...> wrote:
> "Liberty Starts With Property rights" says the back of Keith Colville.
But what *is* property?
> If something is stolen is it proper property? Land rent belongs to
the community not to the individual holder of the right to occupy.
> Is the ND property tax a two tier charge (land/buildings)?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Scott on the Spot
> Sent: 06/12/12 08:04 AM
> To: LandCafe@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [LandCafe] North Dakota Considers Eliminating Property Tax
> North Dakota tries to bankrupt itself, once the oil & gas runs out.
This is even worse than California-destroying proposition 13.
> BISMARCK, N.D. â" Since Californians shrank their property
taxes more than three decades ago by passing Proposition 13, people
around the nation have echoed their dismay over such levies, putting
forth plans to even them, simplify them, cap them, slash them. In an
election here on Tuesday, residents of North Dakota will consider a
measure that reaches far beyond any of that â" one that abolishes
the property tax entirely.
> North Dakota Considers Eliminating Property Tax
- --- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, "Janos Abel" <goodworld@...> wrote:
> "Liberty Starts With Property rights" says the back of Keith Colville.That will be news to slaves...
-- Roy Langston
- Yeah, I saw that. I figured it would likely lose, but it's encouraging that it got annihilated like that.
On 6/14/2012 10:00 AM, John wrote:
The amendment to abolish the property tax in North Dakota lost 76% to 24%.
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- The amendment to abolish the property tax in North Dakota lost 76% to 24%. They voted to KEEP a tax. It appears some common sense prevailed in ND. Teacher were vocal in keeping the tax as they saw schools were funded by the tax.
They now need to drop taxing the buildings on the "property" and have SVT.