School construction bond on March ballot will be Prop. 13

Read this and rememberthat here in New York state we have no direct initiative process which means you as a people cannot put propositions on the ballot only western states have this.  Why? You have to ask yourself?

"Coupal said the Howard Jarvis association will oppose the bond for several reasons. One is that, with a budget surplus, the state should be funding facilities on a pay-as-you-go-basis, instead of accumulating more debt. As for number 13, Coupal doesn't know whether it will work for or against the bond. Though it will be clearly labeled as a school construction bond, with arguments pro and con, it's possible that some tax opponents may automatically vote for it, he said.


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