History has proven local officials routinely raise property taxes, necessitating the need for a lower “rollback” limit.
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Texas still has a lot of work to do in cutting regulatory burdens and red tape.
Conservative republicans statewide can hopefully expect to see a different tact in future House charges.
The bill has been dramatically watered-down to near irrelevance.
By mislabeling restrictions on government lobbying as a “gag order,” the Texas Municipal League is desperately trying to defend its […]
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Community pushback and skyrocketing appraisals seem to have little impact on Ector County’s plan to hike property taxes.
Texas Scorecard asked Metroplex county officials if they’ll be lowering tax rates next year amid skyrocketing property values. Their answers may surprise you.