Tax Cuts are great, but there has to be an appropriate budget to go with it.
That plan comes with a $1 billion impact, the governor said, and “they have to talk about how they plan to pay for that. http://journalstar.com/legislature/ricketts-b-property-tax-plan-could-take-every-penny-from/article_fb367e5c-e190-5b46-8de5-a99e2943b69b.html#tracking-source=home-breaking
Opponents say the laws disenfranchise minority voters, but after Doug Jones’ victory, researchers are trying to figure out whether the impact is overstated or whether African-American voters in Alabama were so motivated that the laws didn’t matter.
I write to you today, as a citizen of The United States of America.
I’m a Republican here in the Great State of Nebraska.
I recently read an article were you are considering launching an investigation into the City of Memphis decision to sale a park to a nonprofit organization. http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2017/12/21/tennessee-house-republicans-call-investigation-after-memphis-removes-confederate-statues/973168001/
The cause of this sale resulted in confederate statues being safely removed and stored.
Gentlemen, this is a time when you show the strength of your character as a person who was elected by the people of your respective districts.
The citizens of Memphis has decided that the statues time and place has passed.