This is what happens when you cap property taxes; it’s not good

Property taxes — we all hate them. Naturally, as a result of our disdain, we seek to remove that which we don’t like. This attitude is prevalent in North Dakota. In the past, we’ve voted down initiated measures that sought to eliminate property tax; in the recently closed legislative session, the House killed a bill

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Gov. Burgum signs bill for ND social services redesign

Historically, social services in North Dakota have been delivered by the counties. But moving forward, a regionalized system made up of 19 social service units will be the new norm. Governor Burgum signed Senate bill 2124 last week; the full news release is below. — Official News Release, Governor Burgum — BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug

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So, you’re pissed about your City taxes going up? Me too

Sometimes, maybe the best you can do is to make everyone angry. With three months on the job as a member of City Council and now a budget under my belt, that’s my ‘lesson learned’ at this point. And boy was that budget a doozy. If you’re not familiar with what’s coming your way, I

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Letter: Should the School Land Trust Board be Gambling with $3.5 Billion of Our K-12 Funds?

I’ll explain why North Dakota’s property taxes are unnecessarily high, and how we can resolve this travesty. The federal government conditioned North Dakota statehood on the legislature providing a uniform system of free public schools. (Article VIII, Section 2). This is not an unfunded mandate. The federal government gave North Dakota, in trust, section 16

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Ward County Residents Dispute Property Values with County Board

Property taxes were the issue of the day at Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Ward County Commission. Get the story from KMOT News.

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