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    You North Dakotans you rock! Good luck getting this passed.

    Amendment would abolish ND property taxes, order Legislature to figure out new revenue plan



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    Awesome! Housing prices are great there too!
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    i might shed a few tears of joy if this happens.
    Last edited by low preference guy; 03-26-2011 at 08:35 PM.

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    Looks like ND wants to be a freedom state
    Insanity should be defined as trusting the government to solve a problem they caused in the first place. Please do not go insane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonySutton View Post
    Looks like ND wants to be a freedom state
    It does for sure. They have already legalized industrial hemp.
    "Everyone who believes in freedom must work diligently for sound money, fully redeemable. Nothing else is compatible with the humanitarian goals of peace and prosperity." -- Ron Paul

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