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    Labor Headlines

    US labor news headlines from LabourStart

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    Why a bipartisan trade deal finally passed Congress amid all the impeachment ruckus
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    The Climate Crisis and the White Working Class: Does it really matter to these swing voters? You bet it does
  • 2019 Ballot Measure Recommendations
    Posted On: Nov 01, 2019

    2019 Texas Ballot Measures

    Proposition 4 - Oppose

    LRCA Proposition 1 Municipal Allows persons to serve as more than one appointed or elected municipal judge
    LRCA Proposition 2 Bonds Allows the Texas Water Development Board to issue up to $200 million in bonds
    LRCA Proposition 3 Taxes Authorizes temporary property tax exemption for disaster areas
    LRCA Proposition 4 Taxes Prohibits the state from levying an income tax on individuals
    LRCA Proposition 5 Budgets Dedicates revenue from the sales tax on sporting goods to parks, wildlife, and historical agencies
    LRCA Proposition 6 Bonds Authorizes the legislature to increase bonds for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute
    LRCA Proposition 7 Budgets Increases distributions to the state school fund
    LRCA Proposition 8 Budgets Creates a Flood Infrastructure Fund
    LRCA Proposition 9 Taxes Authorizes property tax exemption for precious metals held in depositories
    LRCA Proposition 10 Animals Allows for transfer of law enforcement animals to handlers or others if in animal's best interest

    Tarrant Ballot Measure

    Proposition A - No Action

    Tarrant County College District Bond

    A yes vote is a vote in favor of issuing $825 million of bonds to update school buildings in Tarrant County College District to be repaid through property taxes.
    A no vote is a vote against issuing $825 million of bonds to update school buildings in Tarrant County College District to be repaid through property taxes.

    Arlington Ballot Measure

    Proposition A - No Action

    A bond authorization for constructing school buildings and purchasing school sites and buses is on the ballot for Arlington Independent School District voters in Tarrant CountyTexas, on November 5, 2019.
    A yes vote is a vote in favor of authorizing the district to issue up to $966 million in bonds to be repaid through property taxes.
    A no vote is a vote against authorizing the district to issue up to $966 million in bonds to be repaid through property taxes.

    The last bond approved by voters for Arlington Independent School District occurred in 2014 and totaled $663.1 million.[1]


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