GLENBURN, N.D. — Measure 2 needs to be carefully looked at before the June primary. I don’t like paying taxes more than anyone else and I think North Dakota’s real estate or property taxes are higher than needed in view of the state surplus situation. However, eliminating all property taxes as proposed is not the answer.
MINNEAPOLIS — “I encourage readers to look beyond the tone of the debate and look at the intent of the language of Measure 2.” Those are the words of Blake Crosby in a letter published in Agweek on April 16. Yes. I fully agree with Crosby’s statement.
WEST FARGO, N.D. — The rhetoric on both sides of the Measure 2 issue, will likely only get less civil as the voting day draws closer. In response to Dennis Stillings’ March 26 letter in Agweek, I encourage readers to look beyond the tone of the debate and look at the intent of the language of Measure 2.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — In response to Dale Thorenson’s “Measure 2 is a wrong move” (Agweek, March 12). I note that Thorenson was hired by the Washington, D.C., lobbying group Gordley Associates directly after leaving the offices of Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D. “Keep It Local” brings out the big guns.
WASHINGTON — As a former North Dakota resident who still owns property in the state, I questioned the wisdom of wading into the debate regarding Measure 2, the property tax abolition initiative that will be on the ballot for the June 12 primary election.
, March 12, 2012
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