CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: GOP tax cut bill draws heated debate
A Republican bill cutting statewide business property taxes received mixed, and at times heated, reaction Tuesday in its first committee hearing.
A House Taxes Committee vote is expected later this w... Posted on 3/13/12 at 9:16 PM
These past several weeks area voters have written several letters to local newspapers, including the Rosemount Town Pages, voicing their concern about Judy Lindsay's judgment and ability to represent the interests of House district 37B. A popular quote used to demonstrate her questionable views and misplaced zeal comes from an article published in the Pioneer Press on March 21, 2003 where she said, "We are afraid of the sex pushers coming into our community and pandering to the curiosity of children and childlike adults. That's what's happening because of Minnesota's human rights act, which prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation”.
I read in the Jan. 24, 2008 StarTribune that Rosemount voters might be voting in April for an $8 million referendum to build the new athletic complex, put in tennis courts at Erickson Park and renovate the former St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Considering the fact that we are in a recession and that large amounts of taxpayer money is already being spent on downtown, I think these projects should be carefully considered before burdening the citizens of Rosemount with a tax increase.
January 31, 2008
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