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Gov Abbott’s Property Tax Reform Policy

FBCStaff-Our local representatives no longer represent us.  We are now entering a new phase for most residents in Missouri City called “taxation without representation.” So it is time we seriously look at restricting how much of our tax dollars they can access.

Gov Abbott’s Property Tax Reform Policy
Governor Abbott’s plan to lower property taxes would:

Place a 2.5 percent revenue growth cap on property tax revenue per year. Voter approval would be needed if local governments wanted to raise the cap to more than growth in population and inflation.

Require locally elected officials who oversee taxing districts to vote to increase property appraisals, making the process more transparent and holding elected leaders accountable to the voters.

Restrain local debt, a major driver of property tax increases.

https://www.gregabbott.com/governor-abbott-rolls-plan-rein-texas-property-taxes/

If you’re a politician and you oppose this, then you’re obviously not who you say you are.

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