Sunday, November 11, 2007

A plan to stem property tax ire

This summer, place proprietors in Central Hoosier State and other parts of the state were shocked to larn their taxation measures had spiked, in some cases more than doubling. Since then, state and local functionaries have got grappled with how to convey place taxation rates under control.

Marion County householders on Tuesday showed their anger over place taxations and other issues by defeating incumbent Mayor Baronet Peterson.

Last month, Gov. Mitch Daniels announced a program that included capping rates and shifting some of the taxation burden. It would necessitate legislative blessing and a alteration in the Hoosier State Constitution.

Today, Steven R. Johnson, an expert on state budget issues, reviews the governor's proposal and offerings a expression for existent place taxation reform.

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