Voting, Taxes & Education Top 2012 Ag...

Voting, Taxes & Education Top 2012 Agenda For Missouri Lawmakers

There are 1 comment on the KSPR story from Dec 27, 2011, titled Voting, Taxes & Education Top 2012 Agenda For Missouri Lawmakers. In it, KSPR reports that:

"I think for years people have been saying, 'I thought I was voting yes but I should have voted no.'" House Speaker Pro Tem Shane Schoeller says he's most concerned about Missourians knowing their vote counts - and what to do with it.

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Doc

Van Nuys, CA

#1 Dec 27, 2011
Clarification of what's on the ballot is very important. Additionally, it would be nice for Missouri to become a tax-free state. That would be a great example to all the other states, which are not currently tax-free. Education should solely be a state concern, with the federal Department of Education eliminated. Hopefully that will be communicated to the feds, too.

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