Abusive Tax Elections

Abusive Tax Elections

About Abusive Tax Elections

The term “abusive tax election” is a term that KCTA coined to call attention to local governments which lose a tax millage request and then return just a few months later to voters with the same request in the hopes that it will pass a second time. This practice is abusive to voters and shows disregard for their expressed will.

Abusive Tax Election News

  • Under pressure from KCTA, Wyoming Public Schools moves millage election to November, re-evaluates tax request amount
  • KCTA to Oppose Wyoming Public Schools’ August Abusive Tax Election

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