STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Today's Show Wednesday 3/31
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program:
The Flood Diversion, everyone wants it, no one wants to pay for it. We'll talk about the Fargo and Cass County Sales Tax proposals; Women's Rights groups want... Posted on 3/31/10 at 2:53 AM
REPUBLIC INSIDER eBay executive responds to Internet sales tax story
Looks like my story today on Internet sales taxes has been widely read. This just came to our e-mail inbox and will soon appear in our Letters to the Editor section:
To the editor,
South Dakota lawma... Posted on 1/29/10 at 11:33 AM
THE CITY BEAT Here comes a new sales tax
Grand Forks City Council member Doug Christensen is a brave one. To suggest a new city sales tax at a time when taxpayers seem to be in such a restive mood, a politician has to be either brave or craz... Posted on 1/30/08 at 4:34 PM
Says Cass County's use of sales tax money goes against ballot measure’s intent
A Fargo city commissioner who opposed a countywide sales tax approved by voters in November now objects to talk of Cass County using some of the tax revenues for home buyouts.
Counters No Blind Tax Committee’s call to nix half-percent tax in Cass
Supporters of a Cass County sales tax to help pay for a Red River diversion have started an ad blitz in The Forum, online and on radio stations that will run through the Nov. 2 election.
More than $40,000 in donations has been received by the Coalition for Cass County Flood Protection to fund an ad campaign to encourage voters to back a county-wide half-percent sales tax to pay for flood protection projects.
Cass County Commission Chairman Darrell Vanyo says a claim made last week that the county engineer may have promised to use proceeds from the proposed half-cent sales tax for flood protection to build a road was a misinterpretation of an e-mail message.
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