Get Involved
Right Arrow
Stay informed of new research published and other Citizens Research Council news.


By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: . You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact
CC 984, ( October 1989 ) 4 pages

School Finance Constitutional Amendment Proposals

The legislature placed two school fiance reform proposals on the November, 1989 ballot. Proposal A: One-half percent increase in the Sales and Use Taxes with all revenues dedicated to schools; & Proposal B: Proposed to increase the Sales and Use Tax rates to 6%, create different levies for business and non-business properties, and equalize local school operating taxes. Proposal B required amending the State Constitution. (Both were defeated.)
CC 984, ( October 1989 ) 4 pages

School Finance Constitutional Amendment Proposals

The legislature placed two school fiance reform proposals on the November, 1989 ballot. Proposal A: One-half percent increase in the Sales and Use Taxes with all revenues dedicated to schools; & Proposal B: Proposed to increase the Sales and Use Tax rates to 6%, create different levies for business and non-business properties, and equalize local school operating taxes. Proposal B required amending the State Constitution. (Both were defeated.)

Stay informed of new research published and other Citizens Research Council news.
Back To Top