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Watchwoman: If the government can cease your property because you cannot afford to pay your property taxes, who really owns your property?  You?  Or the government?  Are you just a tenant paying the government for the privilege to rent and maintain the property where you’ve lived all your life?   The government may call it taxes.  Landlords call it rent.  Think about it.  Think you’ll never not be able to afford the taxes?  What about people who retire and don’t have the same income they used to have?  What about the unemployed?  What about someone who becomes disabled?  Keep thinking about it!   ▬  Donna Calvin


Liberty Starts with Property Rights 

End the Mess – Vote Yes: Eliminate Property Taxes for Good


North Dakota Property Tax Amendment, Measure 2 (June 2012)

The measure will appear on the June 12, 2012 statewide ballot in North Dakota as an initiated constitutional amendment.

The measure proposes eliminating property taxes throughout the state, starting in 2012. The measure was proposed by a group called Empower the Taxpayer in March 2010 and approved for circulation by the North Dakota Secretary of State in late March.[1][2] Specifically, the measure requires the legislature to replace local governments’ property tax income with state tax revenue.[3] A similar proposal was rejected in 2009 by the North Dakota Legislature.[4]

On April 29, 2011 the Secretary of State Al Jaeger confirmed that supporters collected sufficient signature to qualify the proposed measure for the statewide primary ballot.[5]


Property Tax Amendment
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Type: Constitutional amendment
Constitution: North Dakota Constitution
Referred by: Empower the Taxpayer Committee
Topic: Taxes
Status: On the ballot
Source: Wikipedia

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Wherever property taxes are levied, regardless of one’s ability to pay, the right of ownership is denied, and your landlord is forever the government.

In June 2012 the voters in North Dakota will have the opportunity to make history – to be the first state in the union with a Constitutional amendment that will ABOLISH the property tax – the most hated tax of all, and for good reason.

Even if the measure here fails on Tuesday, the notion is picking up steam in some Republican circles in other states, including North Carolina, Texas and Pennsylvania.

This is not just a North Dakota issue. Please, we need your support. See for more details.




BISMARCK, N.D. — Since Californians shrank their property taxes more than three decades ago by passing Proposition 13, people around the nation have echoed their dismay over such levies, putting forth plans to even them, simplify them, cap them, slash them. In an election here on Tuesday, residents of North Dakota will consider a measure that reaches far beyond any of that — one that abolishes the property tax entirely.

By Published: June 11, 2012

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Posted by Donna Calvin — Tuesday, June 12, 2012


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