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Texas ballot cheat sheet for state prop votes
Texas ballot cheat sheet for state prop votes:
Prop. 1 -no
This is a land grab
Prop. 2 - No
Will ultimately result in higher taxes for many businesses.
Prop. 3 - Yes
Will prevent the implementation of a net worth tax.
Prop. 4 - Yes
This will provide critical property tax relief.
Prop. 5 - No
The taxpayers already provide billions in higher education funding.
Prop. 6 - No
Will give government further control over our Texas water supply.
Prop. 7 - Yes
Critical to protecting the Texas power grid; preventing future blackouts.
Prop. 8 - No
The money proposed to set up this fund should be given back to the taxpayer.
Prop. 9 - no.
It’s not up to the tax payers to correct a retirement fund. This is an internal funding decision by TIAA. We support teachers, but this is an issue that should not continue to burden tax payers
Prop. 10 - No
Like Prop. 2, Prop. 10 will ultimately result in higher taxes for many businesses.
Prop. 11 - Neutral
This is a bond issue which only affects El Paso County.
Prop. 12 - Yes
In 2022, TCR was proud to have endorsed Hank Dugie for Galveston County Treasurer. He kept his campaign promise to reduce the size of government by working to eliminate this unnecessary position.
Prop. 13 - No
Would increase the mandatory age of retirement for state judges.
Prop. 14 - No
Would spend billions on state parks without having it show up in the official budget.
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