Conservative citizens are standing up against taxes with an arsenal of proposed 2010 ballot initiatives that would reduce government taxing and spending.
After reviewing the three proposals – Initiatives 10, 12 and 21 – it appears the intent of the initiatives are to generally lower taxes and limit government from spending and taxing, especially in the areas of vehicles, telecommunication, income, property and government borrowing.
Ballot turkeys The Daily Sentinel, Grand Juncton Nov. 24, 2009
There will always be disputes about just how much government - and government spending - is in the best interest of constituents. But three proposals that could appear on next year's election ballot amount to frontal assaults on state and local governments and public schools.
Buchanan, WadeLeone, Mollie CrossWatt, Joe
I am writing with distressing news.
Two proposed ballot initiatives that would blow a gaping hole through everything the state funds -- from our public schools and community colleges to our roads and bridges and even our child welfare services -- are now just a step away from making it on to next year's General Election ballot.