TPPF: SJR 27 and HJR 83 Would Protect Texas Taxpayers

From James Quintero at the Texas Public Policy Foundation yesterday:

“Prudent public policy suggests that taxes ought not to be raised unless a broad consensus exists. After all, why weigh down Texas taxpayers, slowdown the economy, and potentially kill jobs unless there is a clear and immediate need for more revenues?”

“Ensuring that this kind widespread agreement on taxes exists is critical to the future prosperity of the state, which is why Senate Joint Resolution 27 and House Joint Resolution 83 are so important.”

Why? Read more from TPPF here.

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